BETTER FINANCE Response to EIOPA PEPP Consultation

This document represents the stylised version of BETTER FINANCE's response to the EIOPA Public Consultation on implementing measures (level 2) for the pan-European Personal Pension (PEPP) Regulation. The actual response ...
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BETTER FINANCE PEPP Position Paper L2

BETTER FINANCE published its Position Paper on the implementing measures (level 2) for the Pan-European Personal Pension (PEPP) product. These measures will be based on the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) ...
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BETTER FINANCE Response to the ESAs JCP (16/10/2019) on amendments to the PRIIPs KID

BETTER FINANCE's response to the European Supervisory Authorities' (ESAs) Joint Committee (JC) public consultation paper concerning amendments to the PRIIPs KID (JC 2019 63, 16 October 2019) Link to consultation: ...
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BETTER FINANCE response to the EC Public consultation on the “Review of the EU benchmark regulation”

The EU Benchmark Regulation has been in application since 1 January 2018. The review covers the following topics:
  • the functioning and effectiveness of the rules applicable to critical benchmarks, ...
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BETTER FINANCE POSITION PAPER ON BANKING UNION

The Banking Union initiative has reduced the number and magnitude of bank failures and the recourse to taxpayers’ money. However, up to now, it has been focused on prudential objectives, ...
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BETTER FINANCE response to ESMA’s Consultation Paper on Guidelines on Performance Fees in UCITS

BETTER FINANCE welcomes the recent efforts of ESMA to clarify and harmonise across the EU the provisions and supervisory practices on the management and transparency of information concerning UCITS and ...
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Representative Actions for the Protection of the Collective Redress Interests of Consumers

BETTER FINANCE has long advocated for an EU-wide collective redress mechanism for all financial services users, including small and individual shareholders or employee shareholders, and provided support to consumer organisations ...
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BETTER FINANCE response to the survey on collection of evidence on undue short-term pressure from the financial sector on corporations

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published a questionnaire which aims to gather evidence on potential short-term pressures on corporations stemming from the financial sector. On December 2019, the findings ...
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