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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