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Financial Services User Group (FSUG)

The Financial Services User Group (FSUG) was set up by the Commission in order to involve users of financial services in policy-making.

About FSUG

Financial Services User Group

The Financial Services User Group (FSUG) was set up by the Commission in order to involve users of financial services in policy-making. The group was established in 2010 with Decision 2010/C 199/02. This decision was recast in 2017 by Decision C(2017)359.

FSUG's tasks include

  • to advise the Commission in the preparation and implementation of legislation or policy initiatives affecting the users of financial services
  • to proactively identify key issues affecting users of financial services
  • to advise and liaise with financial services user representatives and representative bodies at the EU and national level

FSUG has 20 members. They represent the interests of consumers, retail investors or micro-enterprises, and also include individual experts with expertise in financial services from the consumer perspective.

The FSUG chair is elected from amongst the group members. The Commission (DG Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union and DG Justice and Consumers) provide secretarial services to the group.

You can have a look at the complete rules of procedure of the FSUG.

Opinions

Annual reports

Studies and papers

Meetings

Members

Contact the FSUG secretariat

Name
Financial Services User Group
Email
Phone number
+32 2 295 55 88
Postal address
European Commission - Directorate-General for Financial Stability, 1049 Brussels, Belgium
Office
SPA2 2/020