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Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the prudential requirements of investment firms and amending Regulations (EU) No 575/2013, (EU) No 600/2014 and (EU) No 1093/2010

Directorate-General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union
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21 December 2017 - 8 March 2018
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  • Deutsche Börse Group (Germany)
    8 March 2018 Company/business organisation
    Deutsche Börse Group (Germany)

    Deutsche Börse Group (DBG) welcomes the opportunity to provide Feedback on the EU Commission's proposals for a new prudential Regime for Investment Firms. We generally Support the objectives of the draft proposals; from our point of view it is important that capital requirements are calibrated in a way which pays particular attention to the principles of prudence and proportionality in order to avoid any disruptive effects during the...

  • Association of Proprietary Traders (Netherlands)
    8 March 2018 Business association
    Association of Proprietary Traders (Netherlands)

    Feedback Dutch Association of Proprietary Traders (“APT”) 7 March 2018 APT welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposals of the European Commission on the Review of the prudential framework for investment firms of 20 December 2017 (COM (2017) 790 (Investment Firm regulation (“IFR”) and COM (2017) 791 Investment Firm Directive (“IFD”)) (“IF-Framework”). In this Feedback statement, APT will discuss its main observations regarding...

  • London Stock Exchange Group (United Kingdom)
    8 March 2018 Company/business organisation
    London Stock Exchange Group (United Kingdom)

    • LSEG welcomes the European Commission’s (the Commission’s) proposal for a Prudential Framework for Investment Firms. We recommend that the Regulation and Directive should be more proportionate than envisaged by the EBA in its application to principal traders acting as market liquidity providers, in order to support the Commission’s objectives for Capital Markets Union. The co-decision process represents a unique window to act because the EBA...

  • Anonymous (United Kingdom)
    8 March 2018 Company/business organisation
    Anonymous (United Kingdom)

    See attached Word file

  • FIA (United States)
    8 March 2018 Business association
    FIA (United States)

    FIA is the leading global trade organization for the futures, options and centrally cleared derivatives markets, with offices in London, Singapore and Washington, D.C. FIA’s membership includes clearing firms, exchanges, clearinghouses, trading firms and commodities specialists from more than 48 countries as well as technology vendors, lawyers and other professionals serving the industry. FIA’s mission is to support open, transparent and...

  • BIPAR (Belgium)
    8 March 2018 Business association
    BIPAR (Belgium)

    Please find attached BIPAR feedback to the Review of the appropriate prudential treatment for investment firms.

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