The EU works with its international partners to develop consistent policies on the regulation of financial markets and capital movements.
The EU is active in the work of the G20 and other international forums dealing with financial regulation.
The EU holds regular talks on financial regulation with its key economic partners, in particular the USA, Japan, China, Canada, India, Russia and Brazil.
The European Commission may determine that the regulatory or supervisory regime of certain non-EU countries is equivalent to the corresponding EU framework
An essential tool through which the EU can intervene where necessary to prevent conflict or respond to emerging or current crises.
Protecting EU operators, reinforcing European strategic autonomy.