In this issue: interviews with FISMA DG John Berrigan, Philipp Sandner and the latest podcast – on anti-money laundering.
The signatories commit to more affordable, more transparent, and more accessible remittances to Ukraine. This initiative remains open: other financial sector institutions active in the provision of remittance services in the EU and Ukraine are encouraged to email@example.com.
One thing that I really want to emphasise, which you already have, is that regulation and innovation are not in conflict.
The European Commission has welcomed a Joint Statement by EU and Ukrainian financial institutions to provide access to affordable, accessible and transparent remittance services to Ukraine.
I think your presence here today reflects the outcome which is a very good and positive outcome.
This conference is to showcase your work to help consumers within the financial system. And this is not an easy time for consumers.
Opening speech by Commissioner McGuinness
On 14 September 2022, President von der Leyen announced in her State of the Union Address a first package of emergency energy measures.
The Commission has adopted a formal opinion requiring the Slovak insurance supervisory authority (Národná banka Slovenska, NBS) to fully comply with the EU prudential regime for insurance and reinsurance undertakings in the EU (Solvency II).
January feels like so far in the past. Because we were full of optimism.