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Elfogadott vélemények on 10/07/2013
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/347-EESC-2013-2677
Plenáris ülés: 
491 -
Jul 10, 2013 Jul 11, 2013

The EESC welcomes initiatives to foster productive investment and the formation of long-lived tangible and intangible capital but urges the Commission to give greater attention to the need to finance more "socially useful" capital investment. If banks are likely to play a less prominent role in the future as providers of long-term financing, then opportunities may arise for other intermediaries such as national and multilateral development banks, institutional investors, sovereign funds and, crucially, bond markets. The EESC welcomes the recent recapitalisation of the EIB as this will strengthen its ability to leverage additional private investment finance and to play a stronger countercyclical role in investment funding and credit supply to SMEs..

Long-term financing – financial services sector

Elfogadott vélemények on 27/05/2015
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/381-EESC-2015-01828-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenáris ülés: 
508 -
May 27, 2015 May 28, 2015

The EESC welcomes the Proposal for a Directive presented by the European Commission, through which the Commission is continuing to implement the measures included in the action plan to strengthen the fight against tax fraud and tax evasion. Information on advance tax rulings and advance pricing arrangements is very important and can help the Member States to trace artificial transactions. The EESC recommends that the Member States make efforts to ensure that the provisions of the proposal for a directive are transposed correctly.

EESC opinion: Tax Transparency Package

Elfogadott vélemények on 17/03/2016
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/393-EESC-2015-06357-00-00-ac-tra
Plenáris ülés: 
515 -
Mar 16, 2016 Mar 17, 2016

The introduction of further risk sharing is to be accompanied by further risk reduction in the Banking Union. Both the EDIS and the relevant risk reduction measures have to be dealt with in parallel and without delay and actually put into effect. An EDIS will have a positive impact on the situation of individual Member States and banks by being more able to cushion local shocks. This may discourage speculation against specific countries or banks, thus reducing the risk of bank runs. At the same time it will further weaken the link between the banks and their national sovereigns. It is imperative that the existing legislative framework of the Banking Union is fully implemented by all Member States. It is important that the Commission carry out a comprehensive in-depth impact study in order to further strengthen the legitimacy of the proposal.

EESC opinion: European Deposit Insurance Scheme

Elfogadott vélemények on 04/05/2011
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/80-EESC-2011-805

In the framework of this opinion a hearing (Agricultural machinery and construction and handling equipment: what is the best way out of the crisis?) was organized in Bologna, Italy, on 11 November 2010.

Agricultural machinery, construction and handling equipment: what is the best way out of the crisis?

Elfogadott vélemények on 04/05/2011
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/86-EESC-2011-809

The effect of the financial and economic crisis on the distribution of labour force among the productive sectores, with a special regard to SME's (exploratory opinion requested by the Hungarian presidency)

Elfogadott vélemények on 12/12/2012
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/333-EESC-2012-1533
Plenáris ülés: 
485 -
Dec 12, 2012 Dec 13, 2012

The EESC welcomes this legislative proposal which ensures the effective resolution of failing financial institutions within the EU, and supports the introduction of harmonised rules regarding intra-group financial support. The Committee also stresses that the Central Banks, including the ECB, have to be involved in the assessment of the recovery and resolution plans, while remaining independent. Professional advice of consumer organisations, trade union representatives, etc., should also be sought. The Committee encourages a greater degree of certainty for the institutions by introducing explicit and more clearly defined rules. The opinion demands more clearly defined rules for the Special Manager (SM) as a highly intrusive early intervention measure, and points out the need for additional clarifications regarding both the bail-in tool and the Resolution Authorities (RAs).

Recovery and resolution of credit institutions

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