The banking union is a fundamental change to the way banks are supervised in Europe to protect taxpayers and savers. How will it affect your daily life? Find out in a couple of minutes in this video! You can watch the second video in the series "The banking union in practice" here: http://youtu.be/sLFjz7u5e0o
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Nicolas Véron explains the dangers of a race to the regulatory bottom by London-based banks that transfer operations to Europe after Britain leaves the European Union.
This video gives a quick outline of the different legislative acts (Directives, Regulations and Decisions) used by the EU and highlights the main differences between them. For more information on the EU and its institutions please subscribe to our channel. In this series we explain complex aspects of the EU in a comprehensive and understandable way. If however, despite our diligence and help of Dr. Jan Oster, we have left something out or made a mistake, please be so kind to tell and forgive us. -------------------------------------------------- With Ciceroni we seek to be a guide to European culture and history. We make videos on little known subjects as well as more ubiquitous ones, ranging from current affairs like the European Union, to historic events like the Tulip Mania, and even mythological stories like those of the Greek Gods. In all these videos we strive to present the subjects in a objective manner and within their complex context. Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/Ciceroni Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ciceroni_EU Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CiceroniChan...
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The Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) is a new system of banking supervision for Europe. It comprises the ECB and the national supervisory authorities of the participating countries. Its main aims are to: ensure the safety and soundness of the European banking system increase financial integration and stability ensure consistent supervision The SSM is one of the two pillars of the EU banking union, along with the Single Resolution Mechanism. For more information please go to https://www.bankingsupervision.europa.eu
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GDPR 2018 is General Data Protection Regulation that will take in effect on 25th of May 2018. In this video I'll explain what GDPR is and why should you care about it. This EU regulation is set to increase user privacy and punish companies that neglect personal data safety. In this video I'll give you a summary of GDPR and the main points that might interest you as a company or private person. In GDPR will be big topic for companies as this will require some changes to the websites so that they comply to the new regulation. If companies are not GDPR compliant then there are some severe fines.The new EU data protection regulation will affect any company that sells to EU citizens, this means in the US or UK GDPR will be followed as well. useful links: GDPR examples: https://youtu.be/bVap-DYWKjg Full regulation doc in pdf: http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/reform/files/regulation_oj_en.pdf GDPR Summary by EU: https://www.eugdpr.org/key-changes.html Comprehensive video about the topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxgZ57BTkFQ General Data Protection Regulation is a long document that describes how companies should use and protect consumer data. It will take an effect on 25 May 2018. It will impact your company if you handle any data from EU citizen. So no matter where your company is based, if you collect data from EU citizens this will apply to you. Now to consumers this is not that bad of a deal. This regulation gives power back to the people. As EU sees privacy as human right. Now for companies this means that they need to look into their process and infrastructure. Analyze what is collected, where is it collected and how the data is used and how it is secured. This will give transparency to consumers, as we will know what is collected and why. There is also small benefits to companies as this will be one regulation across whole europe and not per country, as it is now. Tracking is still allowed but you have to make sure it's done the right way. You need to get user's explicit consent in simple language and ability to opt out at any time. What might be challenging is that current data has to oblige to the new regulation. So you need to make sure that old data has user's consent. I think this regulation will be taken seriously as penalties are severe. At most, 20 million dollars or 4% of global turnover (whichever is higher). There is no one entity that will monitor this regulation, however if you get too many complaints from consumers, you might get sued. There are 7 key rights that GDPR emphasizes: 1. User consent to tracking and ability to opt out 2. Data breach notification within 72h after breach 3. Rights to access your own data 4. Right to be forgotten, so at any point you can ask the company to permanently delete your data 5. Data portability, you have the right to reuse the data elsewhere 6. Privacy by design, companies do out most to secure personal data 7. Data protection officer needs to be appointed if you are companie with 250+ employees
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The European Central Bank is preparing to take on new banking supervision tasks as part of a Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM). The SSM will create a new system of financial supervision comprising the ECB and the national competent authorities of participating EU countries. The main aims of the SSM will be to ensure the safety and soundness of the European banking system and to increase financial integration and stability in Europe.
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | Join UKIP: http://ukip.datawareonline.co.uk/JoinOnline.aspx?type=1 • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 21 May 2013 • Speaker: Godfrey Bloom MEP, UKIP (Yorkshire & Lincolnshire), Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group - http://www.godfreybloommep.co.uk • Joint Debate: Banking union - single supervisory mechanism 1. Specific tasks for the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions Report: Marianne Thyssen (A7-0392/2012) - Report on the proposal for a Council regulation conferring specific tasks on the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions [COM(2012)0511 - - 2012/0242(CNS)] Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs 2. European Banking Authority and prudential supervision of credit institutions Report: Sven Giegold (A7-0393/2012) - Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EU) No 1093/2010 establishing a European Supervisory Authority (European Banking Authority) as regards its interaction with Council Regulation (EU) No.../... conferring specific tasks on the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions [COM(2012)0512 - C7-0289/2012 - 2012/0244(COD)] Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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Annual Robert Glauber Lecture by Thomas J. Curry Comptroller of the Currency, U.S. Department of the Treasury Robert Glauber (Moderator) Adjunct Lecturer Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NASD (2001-2006)
It's emerged Germany and the UK are deep in talks behind Brussels' back, over watering down EU laws. In return for helping weaken environmental regulations, Britain wants Berlin's aid in safeguarding the leeway, enjoyed by bankers. It's all drawing accusations of cynical disregard, for the public good. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Though General Data Protection Regulation has dominated headlines, open banking and the Second Payment Services Directive have set the tone for regulating financial data in the E.U. They are hailed by proponents as a way to make financial markets more competitive by allowing customers to transfer their banking data between institutions. FinTech companies have cheered these changes as an opportunity to rival traditional banks. But even the competition has competition: Asian and American tech firms seem poised to challenge both incumbents and FinTechs alike. How will contention for financial services play out, and what should policymakers consider as they implement the new regulations? Moderator James Mackintosh Senior Columnist, Markets, The Wall Street Journal Speakers Louise Beaumont Co-chair, Open Banking Working Group, techUK; Strategic Advisor, Open Banking, Publicis Groupe Elena Lieskovska Senior Managing Director, Head of European Specialty Finance, Värde Partners Gavin Littlejohn Chairman, Financial Data and Technology Association Ajay Vij Senior Vice President and Industry Head, Financial Services, Infosys #GDPR #FinTech #FinReg
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Pan-European banking license of Lithuanian Specialised Bank opens up EU banking markets with only EUR 1 million registered capital. Licensing of the finance institution or bank in one of the member states within the European Union (EU) opens business opportunities in all other EU/EEA countries, enjoy benefits of a common market of more than 500 consumers and over 20 million businesses. Unique Lithuanian Specialized Bank license allows provide almost all banking services in EU/EEA markets having only EUR 1 000 000 equity capital. Lithuanian “light” banking license of Specialised Bank opens large European banking market at significantly low cost and allows new players to challenge traditional banks in large national European markets, such as UK, Germany and France. Banking services provided by Specialised Bank in European markets: lending, Payment services, receipt of deposits, currency exchange, issuing of e-money, issuing guarantees, fund administration, financial leasing, financial intermediation, creditworthiness assessment services, safe-deposit box rental and other traditional banking services. The reasons why Lithuania is one of the top banking jurisdictions in EU/EEA: – Fast licensing process. Issue of the license within period of 6 months. – Equity capital of EUR 1 000 000. – The documents can be submitted in English and amended “on the go” instead of formal writing forth and back. – Direct access to Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). – Deposits up to the amount of EUR 100 000 ensured according to EU regulations. – Remote client verification. Innovative “know your customer” processes for remote client verification allows open the accounts without physical presence of the client. – Direct access to EU/EEA financial markets. – No sanctions for the first year. The Bank of Lithuania is committed to support start-ups and not to punish them during the first year of operation for minor infringements. – Startup visa. Special visas for the citizens of non-EU/EEA countries running innovative businesses in Lithuania. ECOVIS International is a leading global consulting group having over 5000 professionals operating in over 65 countries. ECOVIS ProventusLaw is Lithuanian member firm of ECOVIS International. For more information contact: ECOVIS ProventusLaw www.ecovis.lt [email protected] +370 5 212 40 84
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The failure of the banking system can be explained in part by a failure to regulate banks within their European context. Since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008, European authorities have been trying determinedly to overhaul financial regulation. Dr Kinsella's presentation focused on the European dimension of regulation, the need for macro prudential supervision, and the likelihood of reducing the impact of the next big crisis to hit Ireland and Europe's financial markets. About the Speaker: Dr Stephen Kinsella has developed a high profile as a commentator on Irish economic affairs since the emergence of the economic crisis. His writings have appeared in the Irish Independent, the Guardian, Foreign Affairs, the Irish Times, the Irish Examiner and Business and Finance magazine. He also regularly writes for the widely-read irisheconomy.ie website. Dr Kinsella is a Lecturer in Economics at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.
Views: 1529 IIEA1
During an interview in the Finetics™ Studio at Money20/20 in Las Vegas, EPA’s director general, Tony Craddock, talks regulation in Europe versus the US, challenging the big banks, education and what’s next for payments in 2016.
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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN The US Congress has approved a bill which will roll back some banking regulations passed in the wake of the financial crisis. The Dodd-Frank rules aimed to avoid a repeat of the 2008 crash, and a bipartisan deal means that only some elements will be changed. Also today, Amazon has banned some users from the site for returning too many items. http://www.france24.com/en/taxonomy/emission/20550 Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Paul O'Connor, Head of Regulatory Advisory Services at KPMG View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
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Q1 00:15 Should the energy market be a natural monopoly? Q2 05:26 Do the rules on emissions trading need to change? Q3 09:10 Should the EC withdraw some of the carbon credits? Q4 12:25 Is climate change no longer the priority in EU energy policy? Q5 19:40 Was the move away from nuclear power a mistake? During the Energy Transparency Award ceremony held in Brussels 26th November 2013, the Director of the Florence School of Regulation, Jean-Michel Glachant faced difficult questions in front of a live audience from the venerable journalist and head of the Financial Times' Brussels Office, Peter Spiegel.
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16 May 2012: As the EU member states approve new regulations for banks, new global head of banking and regulation at Mazars Jonathan McMahon outlines the challenges facing banks http://economia.icaew.com/News/EU-agrees-to-new-banking-rules
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Sharon Bowles, MEP, speaks exclusively to IBTimes' senior news presenter, Marverine Cole, on the Cyprus crisis and EU bank regulation. Music courtesy of www.royaltyfreekings.com
Views: 73 IBTimes UK
In this CreditMatters TV segment, Standard & Poor's Emelyne Uchiyama looks at the remaining European regions hosting highly rated commercial banks that are under review regarding their systemic government support and the potential impact of bank regulation on AAAm-rated money market funds.
Views: 85 S&P Global Ratings
The recent publication of a European Banking Authority opinion on "virtual currencies" has caused great concern among actors of the Bitcoin ecosystem. Siân Jones joins us to dissect this 46-page document and the 70+ risks it identifies to crypto-currencies. Siân also helps us better understand the EBA, its role and and the extent of its influence in the European Union. We also briefly recap the Coinsummit conference which took place in London and which we attended. Links: - European Banking Authority: http://bit.ly/1sUdKJP - EBA opinion on "virtual currencies": http://bit.ly/1maQthg - Bitcoin receives red carpet welcome in the Isle of Man [City A.M.]: http://bit.ly/1oA17zD - Isle of Man Launches Digital Currency Startup Incubator [Coindesk]: http://bit.ly/1jIETiW - COINsult: http://bit.ly/1jrH1er Show notes: http://epicenterbitcoin.com/eb-028 Running time: 1:07:29 Epicenter Bitcoin is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Sébastien Couture and is available on iTunes, SoundCloud, Mixcloud, Stitcher and other podcast aggregators. Website: http://epicenterbitcoin.com Subscribe: http://feed.epicenterbitcoin.com Subscribe to our Friday newsletter: http://epicenterbitcoin.com/newsletter Twitter: http://twitter.com/epicenterbtc Tip the show: http://epicenterbitcoin.com/tips
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From stress tests to economic stagnation: European Banking Authority head Andrea Enria examines the current status of the sector, its restructuring process and its role in the post-crisis future. Get inspired! Subscribe to IESE's YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/IESEyoutube http://www.iese.edu/
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Go to www.eba.europa.eu for more information on the 2014 EU-wide Stress Test. The European Banking Authority (EBA) is responsible for ensuring the orderly functioning and integrity of financial markets and the stability of the financial system in the EU. The aim of the 2014 EU-wide stress test is to assess the resilience of EU banks to adverse economic developments, so as to understand remaining vulnerabilities, complete the repair of the EU banking sector and increase confidence. The EU-wide stress test is coordinated by the EBA and carried out in cooperation with the European Central Bank (ECB), the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB), the European Commission (EC) and the Competent Authorities (CAs) from all relevant national jurisdictions.
Views: 11121 European Banking Authority
Results of the stress test of Europe's bigger banks released Friday revealed that all of the financial institutions in the EU wide examination passed the European Central Bank's "adverse scenario."
Views: 263 CNBC International TV
Nedzhmi Ali, ALDE Shadow, on the draft opinion from BUDG to ECON regarding the Regulation establishing European Supervisory Authorities and Regulation on Financial markets
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Speaking on the sidelines of an event with Cicero Group, Adam Farkas, Executive Director of the European Banking Authority, discusses whether current regulation of the FinTech sector is sufficient, if greater oversight could stifle innovation in the sector, and his views on the FCA's regulatory sandbox. To find out more about Cicero's services, please visit: www.cicero-group.com
Views: 543 CiceroGroupTV
European Central Bank Considering Bitcoin Regulation. How?? Watch the video till the end and know the answer. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to my channel for further latest news ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- European Central Bank ECB Considering Bitcoin Regulation ECB and bitcoin European Central Bank and Bitcoin European Central Bank and btc ECB and btc bitcoin and money exchange bitcoin and cash bitcoin and ATM how to change bitcoin with money how to withdraw bitcoin European Central Bank adopts bitcoin European Central Bank adopts btc banks and bitcoin crypto cryptocurrency digital currency ECB and digital currency ECB and crypto ECB and cryptocurrency blockchain future of bitcoin future of crypto bitcoin in 2020 btc and banks btc and world bank btc and ECB Sajid Ali
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View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference The European Commission's proposal for a Banking Union, originally presented on 6 June 2012 and 12 September 2012, represents a profound structural and regulatory change to the European banking sector, and is one of the most widely debated solutions to the current financial crisis. Over the past year, the EU has acted decisively to address the systemic issues in European banking, but more remains to be done. The recent introduction of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the allocation of new powers to the European Central Bank (ECB) will radically change the pre-existing pan-European supervisory regime, and the adoption of the Capital Requirements Directive will usher in a new era of regulation for European banks. However, the question of bank recovery and resolution, as well as the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism, remains the subject of intense debate. Key topics at this conference, which was held in association with McCann FitzGerald and supported by KMPG included: • The main pillars of the Banking Union • Crisis management in the EU • The future shape of banking in Europe • The future role of central banks • Corporate governance • Bank recovery and resolution • Relevant legislation and proposals, including the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the Single Resolution Mechanism and Deposit Guarantee Schemes For the financial services industry, the policy-community and taxpayers, the stakes at play in completing the Banking Union could not be higher. The Banking Union will not only determine the future shape of the European banking sector, but the future stability of the Eurozone as a whole. The IIEA is grateful for the support of McCann FitzGerald and KPMG for this conference. Philip Reading, Head of Financial Markets at Oesterreichische Nationalbank View all the speakers here http://www.iiea.com/banking-union-conference
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March 20, 2017 - Clarity on the direction of existing and new rules could provide a positive catalyst for the financial sector, says Bruce Hamilton. https://www.morganstanley.com/ideas/bruce-hamilton-europe-banks-regulatory-relief/
Views: 1281 Morgan Stanley
Do you KNOW how the EU is governed? What are the important institutions? How they work together? You probably only have a vague idea how it works, but probably know more about US politics than about European politics. Do you know who is the European president? Trick question! There are around a dozen. This episode will look at how the European government works but also show many of its flaws. This is not to say that the EU is necessarily ruled poorly, but I will address many of the concerns average citizens have. And I think we can ALL agree that governments could be run more efficiently in general. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Support Europe: https://www.facebook.com/mycountryeurope/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/averythingchannel/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The European Council is comprised of the 28 chancellors, presidents, and prime ministers of the European member states. At the council the European leaders meet 4 times per year to define the EU’s policy, to push forward European integration, and to serve as an ‘emergency brake’ where it can cancel EU plans if it convinces at least half the EU leaders to vote against that plan. So to whom does the European Council give direction? To the European Commission. The commission is responsible for drafting all the laws of the European Union. It is comprised of 28 commissioners, one for each country, who are in charge of one aspect of European law. There is a commissioner of Transport, a commissioner of Regional Policy, a commissioner of Research, Science, and Innovation, and so forth. In this way, the Commission acts like a cabinet: It’s led by a president, nominated by the European Council and approved by the European Parliament. The other 27 commissioners are chosen by each member country. This way, every member state has 1/28th say in creating the laws of the European Union. The European Court of Auditors sees to it that the taxpayer’s money is spent effectively in the EU. The European Court of Justice is the judicial arm of the European Union. It is comprised of 28 judges, one from each of the member states. Its role is to see to it that the EU laws are applied in all states and to settle legal matters between institutions and countries. It is the highest court in the EU. And that is only inside the EU. Then there are countries outside who want access to the vast EU market but don’t want to adhere to all EU legislation, notably fishing regulations for Norway and Iceland and Banking regulations for Switzerland. They are part of the European Economic Area and Schengen, meaning that they can trade freely with the EU countries and you can move between them, never realizing you left the EU. But the countries don’t have any say in their rules, meaning that if the Schengen or EEA treaties are changed, they can either sign the treaty or leave. So here you have it, a complete overview of the important institutions and how they work. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support Europe: https://www.facebook.com/mycountryeur... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/averythingch...
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Forex Market Reviews: https://pepperstone.com/en/forex-news/market-review - Cable's rally runs out of steam. - The Rand perks up on hopes of political change. - Could Sterling fall further vs the US$? - Chinese trade growth slows. - Calls for tighter EU bank regulation. - Can emerging markets pick up the growth baton? The overnight changes and price moves to be aware of by Pepperstone's Market Analyst, Darren Sinden. New To Forex Trading? See Our Comprehensive Trading Guide For Beginners: https://pepperstone.com/en/client-resources/learn-to-trade-forex Find out more about Pepperstone: www.pepperstone.com
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The headlines were filled again this week with talk of how European woes will further impact the markets. Meanwhile the Bank of Canada is reacting to global pressures by saying they have more important things to worry about than inflation at this point - a move that is sure to take talk of interest rate hikes off the table. The BOC is not the only one worried about a pending global recession. OFSI - Canada's banking regulator is calling for Canadian lenders to resist the temptation to loosen lending guidelines saying that 'they must be more prudent than they have historically'. This is not good news for real estate investors waiting to see a return to the pre-2008 lending practices.
Views: 392 Peter Kinch
About the Speech: In her address to the Institute, Sabine Lautenschläger discussed banking regulation in Europe - she made the case for the reforms undertaken since the financial crisis and highlighted the need for a global approach to regulation. Ms Lautenschläger also discussed the ongoing review of the EU’s regulatory framework. About the Speaker: Sabine Lautenschläger was appointed to the Executive Board of the European Central Bank in January 2014 and appointed Vice-Chair of the Supervisory Board of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) in February 2014. Prior to joining the ECB, she served as the Vice President of the Deutsche Bundesbank – the first woman to hold that position. In the course of her career at the Federal Banking Supervisory Office (BAKred), which later became the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), she held several management positions before being appointed BaFin’s Chief Executive Director of Banking Supervision in 2008.
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Mario Draghi, President of the ECB, at the ECON committee of the European Parliament, Brussels, 25 September 2017 "It would centantly not be in our powers to prohibit or to regulate Bitcoin" Hearing of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament --- Cora van Nieuwenhuiz (ALDE) Thank you, Mr Chairman. Welcome back, Mr Draghi. I too would like to ask you two questions outside of regular monetary policy. The first one is about crypto currencies. It’s a very hot topic. China now prohibits the initial calling offerings and exchanges of Bitcoins and that is causing stress for international markets. And Mexico is introducing legislation to regulate FinTech firms and also those including crypto currencies. In addition, your own Vice President, Vítor Constâncio, has called crypto currencies an instrument of speculation and compared the sharp rise in exchange rates to the Dutch tulip mania. So what is the ECB doing to mitigate the risk of crypto currencies? To what extent do you think that a regulatory framework is a necessary next step? Where do you stand – are you more on the Chinese side, in favour of prohibition, or on the Japanese side, in favour of regulation? The second question is about the draft guidelines that the ECB presented last week on FinTech credit institutions. According to those guidelines FinTech credit institutions have to comply with higher capital requirements than normal credit institutions. So my question is: don’t you think that with these guidelines the ECB is putting the European FinTech scene at a disadvantage compared with the rest of the world? And secondly, how does this fit in with the principle of ‘same services, same risk, same rules’? The new guidelines could be seen as protection of the old banking sector and the incumbents. Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank Well, on the question that we should ask, namely what are the material risks that Bitcoins pose to the economy, there are basically three channels to explore. One is size, another is users’ acceptance, and the third is the impact of Bitcoins on the real economy. Examination of all three channels suggests that it’s really too soon to talk of a means of payment for the future. We need to think further. You asked me about what the ECB has decided. We haven’t discussed it. It would certainly not be in our power either to prohibit or do something of that sort or to regulate. But we certainly haven’t had a discussion about an institutional view. There are various views and you mentioned one. More generally, and this actually applies to your second question too: our main worry now with these innovations in all fields of finance, Bitcoins along with others, is the potential fragility with respect to cyber risks. That, I think, is where we are really focusing our work now. And this should to some extent apply to other innovations as well. You asked me why the guidelines make the capital requirements for FinTech higher than for other similar financial institutions. I completely agree with you: same rules, same services and same requirements – provided also that the risks are the same. And the judgment of the ECB guidelines is that at least under certain specific conditions the risks are not the same – under specific conditions. So we’ll certainly have to examine that more closely.
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Recent Italian political turmoil triggered telling volatility in stock markets globally, yet much is at stake regarding wider economic stability in this, a decade after the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. I.E. We’re not out of the woods yet from the debt-drenched mayhem of ten years ago, if you go by true, rather than assigned & advertised statistics, and the very nature of solvency for many institutions and thus political calm is all linked to delicately managed perception, rather than to core economic or certainly auditable financial fundamentals. Should opposition, euro-skeptic governments come to the fore in economically beleaguered nations such as Italy, the EU project would be threatened and, in turn, confidence in both systemically and systematically important mega-financial institutions would turn on a dime. See Full Video Here: https://bit.ly/2JNdL0A Now available for rent at: https://bit.ly/2t8bhmA Newsbud Store: https://www.newsbud.com/store/ Newsbud does not take money from advertisers, foundations or NGO’s. We are 100% funded by you, the people. Support Newsbud for a stronger independent grassroots media by subscribing or making a donation today. Support Newsbud: http://bit.ly/2uah4H6 Join the Newsbud Community http://bit.ly/2gbO5ii Newsbud Vimeo on Demand: http://bit.ly/2j9uyyW Visit our website http://bit.ly/2gl9jbd Follow Newsbud on Twitter http://bit.ly/29d5XFD Follow Newsbud on Facebook http://bit.ly/2ynO840
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UK bank regulator releases EU capital consultation The Prudential Regulation Authority has published a consultation paper for UK lenders on the rule changes required to implement the European Union's capital requirements directive, Brussels' interpretation of the Basel III global capital reforms. http://www.ft.com/fastft?post=26312 http://www.wochit.com
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Commissioner Borg debates horsemeat scandal with MEPs, capping bankers' bonuses, and leaders of EU institutions discuss 2014-2020 budget in Dublin. Comment on European Parliament Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/europeanparliament EuroparlTV video ID: 9e1fb673-5f69-41a6-a934-a1730133b341
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About this Event 10 Mar 2010 @ 17:15 The Reform of Financial Supervision and Regulation in Europe Transcript Available for Download - Here Podcast Available for Download - Here About the Speaker: Axel A. Weber is President of the Deutsche Bundesbank and is regarded as the leading candidate to succeed Jean-Claude Trichet as President of the European Central Bank (ECB) next year. A Member of the Governing Council of the ECB, he is also a Governor of the IMF, a Director of the Bank for International Settlements, and a Member of the Steering Committee of the Financial Stability Board. About the Event: In responding to the financial crisis, the EU has proposed a series of new regulations and new supervisory arrangements. It is estimated that in the next five years, more than fifty major EU initiatives affecting financial services and the broader capital markets will be introduced. Axel A. Weber presented his views on this process of reform, and joined in a discussion on how best to resolve the EUs current economic and financial difficulties.
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On 16 June 2015, Finance Watch's Secretary General, Christophe Nijdam, was invited to speak at the European Parliament's ECON Committee public hearing on "Stocktaking and challenges of the EU Financial Services Regulation: impact and the way forward towards a more efficient and effective EU framework for Financial Regulation and a Capital Markets Union". For further information on the subject, visit: http://www.finance-watch.org/our-work/publications/1108-fw-statement-econ-stocktaking
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Bank sector representatives on 2 December were invited to speak out against plans for structural reform of the European banking sector at this hearing of the European Parliament's Economic Affairs committee. Graziano Crema, Head of Regulation Corporate and Investment Banking, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), who is a member of the European Banking Federation’s Expert Group on Banking Structural Reform, addresses members of the European Parliament in a public hearing on Bank Structural Reform. He provided the industry view on the European Commission’s proposals for a regulation on structural measures improving the resilience of EU credit institutions. The expert panel also included Erkki Liikanen, Governor of Bank of Finland and Chairman of High Level Expert Group on reforming the structure of the banking sector, as well as Professor Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics. The European Banking Federation does not support the Banking Structural Reform proposal as its added value has not been proven, and it would contradict the European Commission’s aim to achieve growth and ensure long-term financing of the European economy. What is more, regulatory concerns around the ‘too-big-to-fail’ and implicit subsidy have already been addressed in Europe by reforms such as CRDIV/CRR, BRRD, Banking Union, MiFID, CSDR, EMIR. If the Banking Structural Reform regulation is implemented as put forward by the Commission, it would be detrimental to the European economy as it would decrease market liquidity and limit the choice and increase the cost of financial products and services for customers, especially SMEs. Also see: http://www.ebf-fbe.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/EBF_012033-Banking-Structural-Reform-Statement.pdf
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This event will looked at the general development of regulation within the EU as a paradigm of risk-based regulation, as dependent upon the integration of expertise into policy-making. Thereafter, the debate moved to the global problems of financial regulation and risk, with contributions on EU and global financial regulation.n and on the phenomenon of independent governance of financial risks. The evening asked whether financial crisis is over, or ever can be over. The lecture is part of the School of Law’s annual series of free-to-attend public lectures on a topical legal issue. This year, the School of Law put the European Union on trial in Law on Trial 2016: The European Union at the Crossroads. In association with The Academic Research Network on the Agentification of EU Executive Governance (TARN). This event was followed by a reception hosted by TARN. For more information - http://www.bbk.ac.uk/lawontrial .
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The revised payment services directive, PSD2, will require banks and third party service providers to adapt to new competition and rules. Learn more in this video. You will find more information on our website: https://www2.deloitte.com/lu/en/pages/banking-and-securities/articles/psd2-revised-payment-services-directive.html
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David Wright, Secretary General, IOSCO Sharon Bowles, MEP, Chair of the European Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee Baroness Sarah Hogg, Chairman, Financial Reporting Council Sir John Vickers, Former Chairman of the Independent Commission on Banking Arlene McCarthy, MEP, Rapporteur of the own initiative report on banking reform, and the Market Abuse Review MODERATOR: John Rega, Chief Correspondent, MLex FS
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