EACT Newsletter - October 2017

Summary of October 2017 newsletter:

  • Corporates steer Journeys to Treasury 2017: spotlight on data analytics, compliance and cybersecurity
  • François Masquelier, Chairman of ATEL, shares his thoughts on the main benefits of IFRS 9 on Hedge Accounting
  • Caroline Stockmann, Chief Executive of ACT, explains why green finance means so much more than simply green bonds
  • Recent EACT Positions and Publications
  • Regulatory updates on Sustainable Finance, Review of the European Supervisory Authorities and LIBOR
  • Open consultations & EACT member events

 

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Latest News


EACT MiFID 2 Webinar recording and slides now available

The webinar took place on 1 December and focused on the impact that MiFID 2 will have on non-financial corporates.

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Corporates steer Journeys to Treasury 2017: spotlight on data analytics, compliance and cybersecurity

BNP Paribas, the European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT), PwC and SAP have launched the second edition of ‘Journeys to Treasury’ (JTT), a collection of hands-on conversations about treasury today and tomorrow made with and for treasurers.

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Joint Non-Financial Corporates Letter on EMIR Reporting RTSs

The EACT, the EuropeanIssuers and the US Coalition of Derivatives End-Users have sent a joint letter to the European Commission and ESMA requesting a postponement in the application of the revised Regulatory Technical Standards for EMIR reporting that will enter into force in November, due to the proposed changes in EMIR reporting obligations in the EMIR Refit review.

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EMIR Refit Proposals: Impact On Corporate End-Users

The EACT, together with other corporate end-user associations, has issued a position paper outlining our priorities for the EMIR REFIT review. These include maintaining the current hedging exemption, making some changes to the proposed reporting structure and extending the proposed asset class by asset class assessment of the clearing obligation to bilateral margin requirements.

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Letter to EPC: Remittance Information for SEPA Payments

Five business end-user associations, including the EACT, have addressed a letter to the European Payments Council (EPC) concerning the changes needed in SEPA remittance information. The letter highlights the need for extended remittance information and the need to include such extended remittance information within the existing payment messages.

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