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verabschiedet on 15/02/2018
Referenz: 
ECO/441-EESC-2017-05295-00-01-ac-tra
Plenartagung: 
532 -
Feb 14, 2018 Feb 15, 2018

The EESC welcomes the Commission's proposals that are a new, important step in the efforts to achieve greater integration and convergence by increasing integrated supervision and provide new building blocks for the realisation of the Capital Markets Union (CMU) in the EU. A smoothly operating CMU can make an important contribution to private, cross-border risk-sharing. The challenge is to find the right balance between the competences of national and European supervisors and, where possible, to apply the subsidiarity and proportionality principles. Keeping the future in mind, new developments and modern technologies, such as FinTech, as well as more sustainable financing, in line with international activities and agreements should be reflected in the system of supervision. Close attention should be paid to costs for the supervision. Where part of the costs is directly borne by the private sector, care should be taken to exercise budgetary discipline and avoid duplication.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: European System of Financial Supervision (ESFS) - Reforms

verabschiedet on 19/06/2019
Referenz: 
ECO/486-EESC-2019-00069-00-00
Plenartagung: 
544 -
Jun 19, 2019 Jun 20, 2019

The EESC welcomes the Investment Plan for Europe for its contribution to the promotion of investment in the EU. The Committee calls for clearly set investment targets, regulatory simplification and further guidance in order to achieve greater geographical and sectoral balance. The EESC advocates for strengthened financial capacity for the InvestEU programme within the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027 and calls for more efforts to raise awareness among European businesses and citizens about the benefits obtained from the Investment Plan for Europe.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Investment Plan for Europe: stock-taking and next steps

verabschiedet on 15/11/2012
Referenz: 
INT/643-EESC-2012-1253
Plenartagung: 
484 -
Nov 14, 2012 Nov 15, 2012

The Commission has published a Green Paper to discuss ways to regulate the shadow banking sector, an essential source of liquidity outside the regular banking system.

The EESC believes the players in the sector that include hedge funds, money market funds and structured investment vehicles should be subject to the very same regulatory and prudential requirements as the financial system as a whole.

The Committee insists the entire financial sector must assume social responsibility by moving beyond mere speculation and by serving economic growth.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Shadow banking

verabschiedet on 11/12/2013
Referenz: 
INT/711-EESC-2013-5238
Plenartagung: 
494 -
Dez 10, 2013 Dez 11, 2013

Secure, efficient, competitive and innovative electronic payments are crucial for the Internal Market in all products and services, and this has an increasing impact as the world moves beyond bricks-and-mortar trade towards e-commerce. The two Commission proposals on card-based payment transactions will introduce maximum levels of interchange fees for transactions based on consumer debit and credit cards. The EESC wants to lower the caps for both credit and debit electronic payments, and include at the same level commercial cards. The proposal strengthens consumer rights concerning international money transfers and will also promote the emergence of new players and the development of innovative mobile and internet payment systems.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Payment services

verabschiedet on 14/12/2016
Referenz: 
ECO/403-EESC-2016-00899-00-01-ac-tra
Plenartagung: 
521 -
Dez 14, 2016 Dez 15, 2016

The EESC encourages the Commission to pursue its efforts to develop policy proposals aimed at promoting the creation of innovative and high growth firms. These policy proposals should strengthen the single market, reinforce the clusters and ecosystems in which innovative start-ups are created, develop the equity component of the European capital markets, encourage an academic agenda focusing on jobs for the future and minimise the cost and red tape involved in starting a new entrepreneurial venture.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Promoting innovative and high growth firms

verabschiedet on 30/03/2017
Referenz: 
ECO/424-EESC-2016-06799-00-00-ac-tra
Plenartagung: 
524 -
Mar 29, 2017 Mar 30, 2017

The EESC very much welcomes the Commission’s package of proposals and hopes that it will contribute effectively to complementing the work done after the crisis to reform the financial sector. The Committee welcomes the underlying holistic and integrated approach and believes that the proposed measures will undoubtedly help strengthen Europe’s prudential and resolution framework for banks. The Committee also these proposals will enable progress to be made not only in further advancing the Banking Union, but also in implementing its third pillar, the European Deposit Insurance Scheme and that certain specific adjustments in the proposals should facilitate the pursuit of a Capital Markets Union.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Banking reform – Capital requirements and resolution framework amendments

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EESC insists on proportionality of banking prudential rules (Agence Europe - 31.3.2017)

verabschiedet on 14/03/2018
Referenz: 
ECO/443-EESC-2017-05496-00-00-ac-tra
Plenartagung: 
533 -
Mar 14, 2018 Mar 15, 2018

The EESC welcomes the new set of measures proposed by the European Commission to complete the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and move towards an optimal monetary zone. The EESC supports the various proposed goals for reinforcing the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM). The EESC welcomes that the present communication provides scope for a broader discussion and for a phased approach to implementing the European Deposit Insurance Scheme (EDIS) and underlines the importance not to lose momentum in implementing the Banking Union. Finally, the EESC reiterates its commitment to a diverse financial ecosystem in which the large pan-European players coexist with small and medium-sized banks and other non-banking entities that focus reliably on the financing of the real economy on an equal footing, in an environment of much reduced systemic risk.

 

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Completing the Banking Union (Communication)

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