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Financial Sector and EU Regulatory Bodies - 2011

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The Audiovisual Service of the European Commission has produced a stockshot to illustrate the four new regulatory authorities which are being created. In September 2009 the Commission brought forward proposals to replace the EU's existing supervisory architecture with a European system of financial supervisors (ESFS), consisting of three European Supervisory Authorities – a European Banking Authority, a European Securities and Markets Authority, and a European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority. They will help restore confidence, contribute to the development of a single rulebook, solve problems with cross-border firms and prevent the build-up of risks that threaten the stability of the overall financial system. On 22/09/2010, the European Parliament – following agreement by all Member States - voted through the new supervisory framework proposed by the Commission. This was confirmed by the ECOFIN Council on 17/11/2010. Three European supervisory authorities (ESAs) and a European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) were established as from January 2011 to replace the former supervisory committees. This stockshot includes: - footage recently filmed in London, Frankfurt, Paris and Luxembourg; - footage of the 4 new EU Regulatory Bodies and national supervisory authorities; - footage of the European Central Bank (ECB) and European Investment Bank (EIB); - images of stock exchanges, commodity exchanges, currency trading; - images of European financial centres and national banks.
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Type: Stockshot   Reference: I-068615   Date: 08/03/2011   Duration: 48:21
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