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Feuille de route de la Commission pour répondre aux besoins de financement à long terme de l’économie européenne Publié le: 27/03/2014

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Vice-President for Industry and Entrepreneurship Antonio Tajani said: “The ambitious initiatives presented today will contribute to making the financial system better in channelling resources towards long-term investments, needed to secure Europe’s position on a sustainable growth path. The financial crisis has affected the ability of the financial sector to channel funds to the real economy. SMEs in particular are key contributors to sustainable growth, however they are still finding it challenging to obtain financing, particularly in the periphery economies. The initiatives presented today aim at unlocking additional funding resources to the real economy and all have a common goal: to promote the single market by creating the best conditions for growth and competitiveness in Europe."

La Commission européenne a adopté un paquet de mesures visant à stimuler de méthodes nouvelles et différentes pour libérer le financement à long terme.

La crise économique et financière a affecté la capacité du secteur financier à fournir un financement à l'économie réelle, notamment vers l'investissement à long terme. Il faut impérativement restaurer les conditions pour une croissance durable, ce qui suppose entre autres de trouver de nouveaux moyens pour canaliser des fonds vers l'investissement à long terme. Le paquet de mesures adopté aujourd'hui comprend une communication relative au financement de l'économie à long terme, une proposition législative pour de nouvelles règles en matière de fonds de retraite professionnelle et une communication sur le financement participatif.

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Vice-President for Industry and Entrepreneurship Antonio Tajani said: “The ambitious initiatives presented today will contribute to making the financial system better in channelling resources towards long-term investments, needed to secure Europe’s position on a sustainable growth path. The financial crisis has affected the ability of the financial sector to channel funds to the real economy. SMEs in particular are key contributors to sustainable growth, however they are still finding it challenging to obtain financing, particularly in the periphery economies. The initiatives presented today aim at unlocking additional funding resources to the real economy and all have a common goal: to promote the single market by creating the best conditions for growth and competitiveness in Europe."