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First 'equivalence' decisions for central counterparty regulatory regimes

30.10.2014: The European Commission has today adopted its first 'equivalence' decisions for the regulatory regimes of central counterparties (CCPs) in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.

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European Commission assesses economic consequences of country-by-country reporting

30.10.2014: Today the Commission adopted a report containing a general assessment of the economic consequences of country-by-country reporting by banks and investment firms under Article 89 of the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV).

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29.10.2014 – Company Law
Study "The Promotion of Employee Ownership and Participation" (EXME 14 / 29.10)
16.10.2014 – Infringements
The Commission has taken several infringement decisions
30.09.2014 – Retail financial services
Live chat on mortgages and bank accounts: read the questions and answers here.

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