Positions Mobile

Latest position papers published by WSBI and ESBG. Responses to consultations and letters submitted to the European Commission an​d other po​​licymaking bodies appear in many of the published papers.​​

Data Act – An open data economy should be multilateral and cross-sectoral

ESBG’s response to the European Commission consultation on the proposed Data Act calls for a horizontal regulatory approach to establish a consistent and harmonised rules for all sectors. ESBG is the European Savings and Retail Banking Group.

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Overtime for Ukrainian war refugees: DSGV employees donate over 100,000 euros through extra work

European Savings and Retail Banking Group members are standing in solidarity with people in need in Ukraine.

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Stand with Ukraine: Erste family provides extensive humanitarian aid

European Savings and Retail Banking Group members are standing in solidarity with people in need in Ukraine.

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The German Savings Banks Association ( DSVG ): More than 100,000 accounts already opened for Ukrainian war refugees

European Savings and Retail Banking Group members are standing in solidarity with people in need in Ukraine.

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CaixaBank has been leveraging its network of branches in Spain to assist asylum seekers and refugees fleeing Ukraine

European Savings and Retail Banking Group members are standing in solidarity with people in need in Ukraine.

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Ukraine: ESBG members reaffirm their social responsibility

European Savings and Retail Banking Group members are standing in solidarity with people in need in Ukraine.

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ESBG response to ESMA’s consultation on guidelines of MiFID II suitability requirements

ESBG’s response to the European Securities and Market Authority (ESMA) consultation on some MiFID II sustainability aspects. European banks calls for clear procedures and to avoid unnecessary administrative burdens.

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Scale2Save brings Ugandan financial stakeholders to commit for financial inclusion

A WSBI knowledge sharing event in Kampala ended with joint call to action for financial inclusion.

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