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Proportionality paramount to better regulation

Proportionality paramount to better regulation

ESBG says during meeting with MEPs on banking sector regulatory issues.​

​​​​​​​​​​​​BRUSSELS, 5 September 2017 – Proportionality must be weaved into major banking regulatory issues on the EU policymaking agenda, the European Savings and Retail Banking Group met today with a delegation of members of the European Parliament. 

The association and a group of its members took part in the midday meeting with parliamentarians hosted by MEP Peter Simon, Vice-Chair of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs and Member of S&D Group. 

​Topics discussed: BRRD packages, ESA review

The working lunch gave attendees a chance to focus on topics on the agenda, including the Capital and Resolution Package and the Action Plan on Consumer Financial Services. Other topics discussed at the meeting were the Review of the European Supervisory Authorities, Capital Markets Union and the recently released ESBG Charter for Responsible Business. Developing amendments in line with ESBG members' priorities and input has been a priority for ESBG during recent months.


 

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European Institutions; European Supervisory Authorities (EBA-ESMA); Capital Markets Union; Proportionality; Regulation; SME finance; Bank recovery and resolution; Innovation; Digitalisation