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  • Adopted on 19/01/2022 - Bureau decision date: 19/10/2021
    Reference
    ECO/568-EESC-2021-01-01
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Slovakia
    EESC opinion: Euro area economic policy 2022
  • Adopted on 08/12/2021 - Bureau decision date: 09/11/2021
    Reference
    ECO/570-EESC-2021-05706
    Employers - GR I
    EESC opinion: Amendment to the Capital Requirements Regulation in the area of resolution ("daisy chain" proposal)
  • Adopted on 08/12/2021 - Bureau decision date: 08/06/2021
    Reference
    ECO/560-EESC-2021-01-01-03634
    Workers - GR II
    Malta

    The EESC strongly supports the goal of redirecting investments in such a way that they contribute to the EU's transition to a sustainable economy but calls for the social partners and civil society to be brought better on board in the design and implementation of sustainable finance. The EU green bond standard has the potential to yield significant economic benefits for both issuers and investors alike and help the green transition.

    EESC opinion: EU green bond standard
    Proposal for Regulation on European green bonds
  • Adopted on 08/12/2021 - Bureau decision date: 08/06/2021
    Reference
    ECO/559-EESC-2021-01-01-03471
    Workers - GR II
    Austria
    Employers - GR I
    Germany

    The EESC strongly supports the goal of redirecting investments in such a way that they contribute to the EU's transition to a sustainable economy but calls for the social partners and civil society to be brought better on board in the design and implementation of sustainable finance. The EU green bond standard has the potential to yield significant economic benefits for both issuers and investors alike and help the green transition.

    EESC opinion: Renewed sustainable finance strategy
    Presentation SF Strategy - Sustainable Finance package - EESC informal meeting_24.08.2021
    Presentation from DG Fisma : Strategy for Financing the Transition to a Sustainable Economy
  • Adopted on 08/12/2021 - Bureau decision date: 26/04/2021
    Reference
    ECO/555-EESC-2021-01-01-02524-00-00-AC-TRA
    Workers - GR II
    Spain
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Malta

    The EESC laments the severity of the money laundering phenomenon in the EU. Current European legislation is largely inadequate in the face of coordination failures and national divergences, and therefore strongly supports the Anti Money Laundering legislative package, in particular the creation and design of the new European Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA) with direct supervisory powers.

    EESC opinion: Anti-Money Laundering Legislative Package
  • Adopted on 20/10/2021 - Bureau decision date: 21/09/2021
    Reference
    ECO/564-EESC-2021-EESC-04998
    EESC opinion: Key information documents by management companies of UCITS
  • Adopted on 20/10/2021 - Bureau decision date: 21/09/2021
    Reference
    ECO/563-EESC-2021-04963
    EESC opinion: PRIIPs - extension of transitional arrangements
  • Adopted on 20/10/2021 - Bureau decision date: 25/03/2021
    Reference
    ECO/553-EESC-2021-01-01-02454
    Workers - GR II
    Germany
    EESC opinion: Reshaping the EU fiscal framework for a sustainable recovery and a just transition (own-initiative opinion – Gr II)
  • Adopted on 22/09/2021 - Bureau decision date: 23/03/2021
    Reference
    ECO/549-EESC-2021-02010
    (Sweden

    The EESC underscores the potential key role of the Sustainable Finance Taxonomy Delegated Regulation in creating a clear, coherent and comprehensive framework to highlight the ambitious development of a greener economy without lock-in effects. The taxonomy should build on technical criteria that clearly define the green investments that directly contribute to Europe's climate objectives.

    It is essential that efficient, easily applicable, innovative and productive tools are used, to bring about rapid and readable results, and by also preventing "greenwashing". However, the EESC poses the question as to whether the technical criteria set out in the Delegated Regulation do indeed meet the fundamental prerequisite of appearing reasonable, realistic and acceptable, and takes note of the concerns of real economy actors regarding the negative effects of the Delegated Regulation on financing possibilities and costs.

    EESC opinion: Sustainable finance taxonomy - climate change
  • Adopted on 07/07/2021 - Bureau decision date: 23/03/2021
    Reference
    ECO/548-EESC-2021-01-01-02011
    Workers - GR II
    Austria

    The Own Resources Decision (ORD) entered into force on 1 June, enabling the Commission to start borrowing resources for the Next Generation EU (NGEU) recovery instrument. For the EESC, a well-functioning funding strategy is key for the smooth implementation of NGEU. Sound and sustainable funding and solid risk management are in the very interests of civil society. Moreover, borrowing and debt management has to be based on democratic control, legitimacy and transparency.

    The EESC stresses how important it is that the Commission manage the funding strategy directly and does not outsource this. The massive engagement on capital markets will be accompanied with a broad set of risks. The EESC supports the establishment of solid risk-management systems and the holding of the 'NGEU account' with the ECB.

    EESC opinion: NextGenerationEU funding strategy