Italian Banking, Insurance and Finance Federation
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Via San Nicola da Tolentino 72
Mr Luigi Abete
Mr Paolo Garonna
FEBAF is a non-profit organisation and promotes the role of the banking, insurance and financial industry in line with the general interests of Italy and Europe. The FEBAF member associations are the Italian Banking Association (ABI), the Association of Italian Insurers (ANIA), the Italian Association of Investment Management (Assogestioni)
and the Italian Association of Private Equity and Venture Capital (AIFI). FeBAF:
◾fosters the role of banking, insurance and financial companies while promoting the general interests of the country: a modern and efficient financial sector is an important condition for sustainable growth of society and economy;
◾aims to present its member associations’ views on economic and social policies to Institutions, political and monetary Authorities, trade associations and public opinion;
◾promotes business values, acting to spread the culture of competition, and focusing on the enhancement of banking, insurance and finance in terms of transparency towards consumers and savers.
Since its establishment, FeBAF has focused on shared and relevant themes for both the financial industry, and national, social and economic development.
Due to the international profile of FeBAF , its four member associations have decided to concentrate their liaison offices with the European Community in its Brussels headquarters. Thanks to such common lobbying, the Italian financial industry aims to strengthen dialogue with other organizations in Europe.
Capital Markets Union; the EU Investment plan
Financial services and capital markets policy and regulation
100%: 1 75%: 2 50%: 1
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FeBAF is not a member of but keeps informal contacts with: EBF, Insurance europe
01/2014 - 12/2014
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.