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  • Priimtos on 23/05/2013
    Nuoroda
    ECO/345-EESC-2013-01-01-1768
    Workers - GR II
    Italy
    Plenary session number
    490
    -

    The EESC welcomes the proposal put forward by the Commission to introduce the world's first regional financial transaction tax (FTT). The Committee believes that its application at regional level (EU11+ zone) could constitute an exceptional opportunity, which could lead to its future application worldwide. The Committee believes that the introduction of this tax within the EU11+ will foster the establishment of a single financial market. The Committee believes that, in order to maximise the impact of the tax on economic growth, the revenue that it raises should be channelled into a programme of investment at national and EU levels capable of delivering economic recovery and jobs in the short term.

    Financial transaction tax - enhanced cooperation
  • Priimtos on 22/05/2013
    Nuoroda
    INT/680-EESC-2013-01-01-472
    Employers - GR I
    Portugal
    Plenary session number
    490
    -
    EESC opinion: Insolvency proceedings - see INT/673
  • Priimtos on 22/05/2013
    Nuoroda
    INT/673-EESC-2013-01-01-472
    Employers - GR I
    Portugal
    Plenary session number
    490
    -
    EESC opinion: Insolvency proceedings
  • Priimtos on 13/02/2013
    Nuoroda
    ECO/336-EESC-2012-01-01-1932
    Workers - GR II
    Austria
    Plenary session number
    487
    -

    The EESC welcomes the establishment of broad economic policy guidelines for the countries of the euro area and supports the formulation of recommendations tailored to each country as well as measures to assess their implementation. However, the Committee regards the current macroeconomic policy mix as unbalanced and calls for a new growth model which takes into account the significance of demand and distributive justice. Stricter regulation of financial markets should be accompanied by a general re-think not only of expenditure, but also of tax systems. Policies should capitalise more on the fact that the negative income and employment multipliers of revenue-related measures are generally more limited than those of spending cuts. The importance for competitiveness of non–price factors is often overlooked.

    Economic policies of the Member States whose currency is the euro
    Za Hrvatsku više nema skrivanja dugova! (ECO-336)
  • Priimtos on 12/12/2012
    Nuoroda
    ECO/333-EESC-2012-01-01-1533
    Employers - GR I
    Bulgaria
    Plenary session number
    485
    -

    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
  • Priimtos on 15/11/2012
    Nuoroda
    INT/643-EESC-2012-01-01-1253
    Workers - GR II
    Plenary session number
    484
    -
    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.
    EESC opinion: Shadow banking
  • Priimtos on 14/11/2012
    Nuoroda
    INT/652-EESC-2012-01-01-1841
    Workers - GR II
    Italy
    Plenary session number
    484
    -
    EESC opinion: Information - investment products
  • Priimtos on 19/09/2012
    Nuoroda
    INT/634-EESC-2012-01-01-1241
    Employers - GR I
    Lithuania
    Plenary session number
    483
    -
    EESC opinion: Payments by card, internet and mobile phone
  • Priimtos on 19/09/2012
    Nuoroda
    INT/632-EESC-2012-1411
    Workers - GR II
    Malta
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Belgium
    Plenary session number
    483
    -
    EESC opinion: An action plan to improve access to finance for SMEs
  • Priimtos on 12/07/2012
    Nuoroda
    CCMI/94-EESC-2012-01-01-1587
    Employers - GR I
    Poland
    Workers - GR II
    France
    The Committee maintains that lessons need to be learned from recent economic and financial crises and a fresh approach adopted to ensure more effective supervision by national, European and international authorities and increased accountability of financial institutions. The Committee supports the measures aimed at strengthening banks' capital structure and their ability to finance the economy.
    What changes for Europe's banking sector with the new financial rules?
    Information pack for the study group members