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ESBG is a Social Partner on the employers' side

ESBG and the European Sectoral Social Dialogue

ESBG is a Social Partner on the employers' side, together with EBF and EACB in the European Sectoral Social Dialogue in the Banking Sector. UNI Europa is the Social Partner on the workers' representatives' side. The ESBG Human Resources Network is consulted on an ongoing basis in this framework.

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Social Partners call for Parliamentary support in review of the Sectoral Social Dialogue Framework

On 26 May, 35 European Social Partners from a wide range of sectors requested support from the European Parliament in the review

State Aid rules for banks in difficulty

The European Savings and Retail Banking Group (ESBG) welcomes the initiative of the European Commission to launch a targeted consultation aiming at reviewing the State Aid rules for banks in…

Banking in 2030, how will the current global trends, especially AI, shape the post pandemic future of the European banking industry and its employees?

The EU Retail Investment Strategy aims to increase the level of retail investor participation in the EU’s capital markets and ensure that retail investors can take full advantage of capital markets,…

Strengthening the quality of corporate reporting and its enforcement in the EU

The consultation aims to evaluate the impact of the EU framework on the three pillars of high quality and reliable corporate reporting: corporate governance, statutory audit and supervision. This…

Access to better technology for (Supervisory) Reporting

The four European banking associations (EACB, EAPB, EBF and ESBG) co-hosted the “Access to better technology for (Supervisory) Reporting” workshop.

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Proportional and clear guidelines would ensure citizens’ data protection and foster innovation

The ESBG, together with eight other associations has written to the European Data Protection Board, the European Commission and the European Banking Authority about the EDPB Guidelines 06/2020 on the…