EACT Briefing Paper for MEPs

The EACT has drafted a briefing paper for the new Members of the European Parliament and in particular the members of the ECON Committee dealing with financial services legislation. The paper shows how the non-financial sector (industrial and commercial firms) and in particular corporate treasurers have been impacted by financial regulation in the recent years; how we believe the legislative process could be enhanced in order to better take into account the impact beyond the financial system and what our major concerns are regarding some of the on-going regulatory files.

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EACT responds to European Commission consultation on implementing the final Basel III reforms in the EU

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The EACT is grateful for the opportunity to respond to this consultation on the implementation of the final Basel agreement in the EU. Read our position here.

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EACT responds to ESMA consultation on review of the Market Abuse Regulation and potential extension of its scope to FX spot markets

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View the EACT's responses to the questions asked in the Consultation Paper on the MAR review report, published on the ESMA website.

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EACT Newsletter - December 2019

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The latest issue features updates on what the new EU policy cycle for 2019-2024 will likely hold in store for financial services and corporate treasury, as well as event updates from various national associations.

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EACT Newsletter - October 2019

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The latest issue features updates on the new Journeys to Treasury report, EURIBOR and EONIA benchmarks and how to benefit from the EMIR Refit.

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Journeys to Treasury 2019-2020: Shaping the Treasury of 2025

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We invite you to download the 2019-2020 edition of Journeys To Treasury and discover rich, diverse insights on the trends, challenges and priorities that are shaping best practices in treasury both today and in the future.

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