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19 February 2018Report
On 14 March 2018, Finance Watch and Z/Yen will launch the Global Green Finance Index (GGFI) aiming at creating a race-to-the-top among financial centres to become greener. This post introduces the GGFI and looks at some of the ways that civil society actors could benefit from it.
19 January 2018Consultation
In its response to the public consultation on institutional investors and asset managers duties regarding sustainability, Finance Watch has highlighted that a definition of institutional investors and asset managers' legal duties, encompassing explicitly the consideration of sustainability factors is needed at the EU level.
4 December 2017Report
Finance Watch publishes its position on Sustainable Finance: For finance to become truly sustainable, we need to think differently about its development and about how it impacts on society and the economy.
27 November 2017Report
Finance Watch and BETTER FINANCE comment on the final report of the European Commission’s Expert Group on Corporate Bonds
27 November 2017Openletter
Finance Watch has co-signed a letter to the heads of the European Union institutions, European Supervisory Authorities and key policy makers on the review of the European system of the financial supervision.
30 October 2017Consultation
Finance Watch has published its response to the European Commission's public consultation on transparency and fees in cross-border transactions in the EU.
20 October 2017Consultation
Brussels, 20 October 2017 - Finance Watch has published its response to the European Commission's public consultation on the development of secondary markets for non-performing loans and distressed assets and protection of secured creditors from borrowers' default.
Brussels, 20 October 2017 - Finance Watch has published its consultation response European Commission's public consultation on the REFIT review of Directive 2009/103/EC on motor insurance.
18 October 2017Speech
At the high-level Financial Stability Conference in Berlin, hosted by the Financial Stability Network, Senior Policy Adviser Christian M. Stiefmueller reiterated Finance Watch’s key positions on the continuing debate about bank resolution and banking sector reform
13 October 2017Consultation
13 October 2017 - Finance Watch has published its consultation response to the European Securities and Markets Authority Consultation Paper on draft guidelines on certain aspects of the suitability requirements
under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II)
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