Financial literacy: Commission publishes joint EU/OECD Financial Competence framework for children and youth
The framework is designed to help improve young people’s financial literacy so that they are prepared to take well-informed personal finance decisions today and more importantly – later on in life.
The European Commission has today launched a targeted consultation and a public consultation to seek feedback on the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR).
Sanctions: Commission publishes guidance to help European operators assess sanctions circumvention risks
This guidance note aims at providing a general overview of what EU operators need to do when conducting due diligence in their work, as required by EU law.
The European Commission adopted today technical standards to be used by credit institutions when reporting their exposures to shadow banking entities, as required by the Capital Requirements Regulation.
Russia's illegal war of aggression against Ukraine: EU agrees to extend the scope of sanctions on Belarus to fight circumvention
The European Commission welcomes today's adoption by the Council of further targeted restrictive measures arising from Russia's illegal invasion of Ukraine, and in response to Belarus's involvement in the aggression.
This marks another step forward in the transition to a sustainable EU economy.
In this issue: Digital euro, sustainable finance, payment services – and the latest podcast, on EU sanctions.
The Commission report highlights that the MMF Regulation has enhanced financial stability and overall successfully passed the test of the recent market stress episodes.
The reform will better integrate the market for alternative investment funds, improve access to additional sources of financing for the European economy, and strengthen investor protection.
Participants acknowledged the importance of the Forum in fostering ongoing financial regulatory dialogue between the United States and the EU and will continue to discuss the cross-border implications of each other’s policies.