Brussels, 26 November 2019 – On 18 November 2019, the European Commission (EC) announced the composition of its high-level forum on the Capital Markets Union (CMU). 28 experts from the business and finance sectors, civil society and other non-public sector institutions will provide support and insights towards the Commission’s goal of further developing and finalising
We were very saddened to learn of the death of Martin Morton at the age of 87. Martin represented UKSA, one of BETTER FINANCE’s member organisations from the UK, at countless BETTER FINANCE (and Euroshareholders before that) meetings in Brussels and engaged all present in lively debates. His rich insights in all matters related to
Among other topics, the latest newsletter of POLITICO discusses the clash of fund managers and consumer groups on fees and responses to ESMA’s Consultation Paper on Guidelines on Performance Fees in UCITS. BETTER FINANCE, as a representative of financial services users, was quoted in the newsletter: “It falls under the fair treatment of investors to penalize the
LUXEMBOURG, 4 NOVEMBER 2019 – Document optimisation company More Carrot has completed what is believed to be the industry’s first study of UCITS prospectuses. The findings shed light on a range of issues, including who uses prospectuses, the main purposes of use, what types of information they look for and how easy it is to
On 7 November 2019, BETTER FINANCE’s Managing Director Guillaume Prache will be attending the Hearing on Banking Union Report, organised at the European Parliament.
On the 6th November 2019 BETTER FINANCE Research and Policy Officer Stefan Dragos Voicu will attend CFA Society Belgium workshop on mastering the financial media.
On the 6 November 2019 BETTER FINANCE Managing Director Guillaume Prache will participate in a round table discussion in the FECIF Conference ‘Pensions in Europe: Is the PEPP a problem or a solution?’.
For decades, tech mavens in the U.S. have used fiscally advantageous stock options for employees to spur innovation, rewarding employee contribution with unprecedented wealth. Unlike in Silicon Valley, where equity incentive plans have become as ubiquitous as foosball tables and midday yoga sessions, the options culture has yet to take root in many European countries
As consumers, we have all been ripped off at some point in our lives by a dishonest company or service provider. We have all been a victim of a scam, small or large, and lost money due to the mis-selling of, or misinformation about, one product or another. Most of the time the amount of