Since 2012, BETTER FINANCE is also looking beyond individual share ownership and  investments to other financial services users such as savers; especially bank savers (35% of EU households’ financial assets are held in bank accounts), life insurance policy holders, pension fund participants, mortgage borrowers, foreign exchange users, credit card holders, etc. BETTER FINANCE brings its expertise of investment and financial matters into these retail issues and cooperates with other consumer and civil society organizations in this field.

Asset News: BETTER FINANCE scolds new composition of EU supervisors’ stakeholder groups

The European federation of retail investors, BETTER FINANCE, has criticised the new composition of stakeholder groups at the European supervisory ...

EU Citizens as Users sidelined in favour of Financial Industry in European Financial Policymaking and Supervision

Brussels, 20 July 2020 – The new composition of the European Supervisory Authorities’ (ESAs) “Stakeholder Groups” is a step backwards ...

BETTER FINANCE Reply to the European Commission’s Consultation on the renewed Sustainable Finance Strategy

BETTER FINANCE believes that the main challenges and opportunities for next 10 years will be: Reorienting the equity and bond ...

Best Practices in Relation to Relief Measures Offered to Consumers and Businesses in the Context of the Covid-19 Crisis

European Commission Press Release - This document reflects the outcome of the high level dialogue between all participants of two ...

Open Letter to Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders – Announcement on corporate governance legislative initiatives in 2021

We, the undersigned organisations, would like to congratulate you for the very important announcement made during several recent online events, ...

ESMA appoints a new Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s securities markets regulator, has published the new list of members of ...
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