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  • Proposals for the next parliamentary term

    The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is an initiative that was launched in 2014 as a plan envisaged at creating a single market for capital in the EU. The CMU Action Plans of 2015 and 2020 contained a number of measures to deliver on that objective. Despite these efforts, the CMU remains incomplete. In March 2024, the Eurogroup in inclusive format adopted a statement on the future of the CMU. In April 2024, Enrico Letta, in his report "Much more than a market" proposed the creation of a Savings and Investments Union upon the incomplete CMU. Public debate From a Capital Markets Union to a  Savings and Investments Union organised in the framework of the ECO section meeting gathers the representatives from the institutional sector, as well as stakeholders from the civil society to discuss on the abovementioned matters.

  • The EESC is organising this public hearing to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the legislative framework on securitisation, as well as risks related to securitisation and possible policy solutions.

  • Public debate on reforms for a more resilient EU economy for all in the context of the upcoming 2024 Elections for the European Parliament.

  • Causes, consequences and policy solutions

    The ECO Section of the EESC will organise a public debate with the title: "Gender inequality in access to financial markets. Causes, consequences and policy solutions" in order to present the views of different actors and discuss on the gender gaps in the access to funding and on investment.

  • The ECO Section organizes this public hearing to discuss on the current framework on resolution and insolvency, supervision, and bank deposit insurance scheme, and its reform. This event will bring institutional actors and civil society. Its conclusions will feed the work on the EESC opinion on the reform of the bank crisis management and deposit insurance framework.

  • An economically sustainable Europe

    With this debate, the ECO section is providing ex-ante input to the European Commission, in preparation for the upcoming 2023 strategic foresight cycle that wants to shed light on the strategic decisions needed to ensure a socially and economically sustainable Europe with a stronger role in the world in the coming decades.

  • Public hearing

    The EESC organised a hearing with the title: "Recapitalising EU companies. An innovative way towards sustained and inclusive recovery" in order to present the views of relevant stakeholders, including SMEs, on equity funding.

  • The market of crypto assets continues to grow, bringing with it both opportunities and challenges. Whilst it is important to harvest the potential the technological innovations offer, the associated risks have to be closely monitored. The hearing will take stock of new developments in the crypto sector, raise awareness, and come up with policy proposals to tackle emerging risks, in order to protect consumers and preserve financial stability.

  • A proposed review of EU banking rules aims at ensuring that EU banks become more resilient to potential future economic shocks, while contributing to Europe's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and the transition to climate neutrality. The public hearing will provide the views of institutional and civil society stakeholders, and will help form the policy recommendations the EESC is drawing up on the legislative proposals currently under discussion.

  • The conference "The Anti-Money Laundering Legislative Package" will take stock of the state of play and debate in particular the legislative proposals tabled by the European Commission in July 2021 to strengthen the EU's anti-money laundering and countering terrorism financing (AML/CFT) rules.

    The conference is organised on 5 October 2021, starting at 14:30.

    The event is accessible via webstream. No registration is needed, and participation is free of charge.