Derivatives & EMIR
24 June 2021
13 October 2017
The Commission is proposing targeted reforms to improve the financial stability of the European Union.
The EU's agreement to fund Finance Watch and Better Finance is part of an effort to further increase the involvement of non-industry stakeholders in financial services policy-making.
Brussels, 16 December 2016
The European Commission has put forward a proposal for legislation on the recovery and resolution of CCPs.
New EU rules for safer Central Counterparties (CCPs)
The European Commission has today proposed new rules to ensure that both central counterparties (CCPs) and national authorities in the European Union have the means to act decisively if a CCP were to fail. The main objective of the proposed regulation is to ensure that CCPs' critical functions are preserved while maintaining financial stability and preventing the costs associated with the restructuring and resolution of failing CCPs from falling on taxpayers.
Brussels, 23 November 2016
The European Commission has today put forward a package of proposals aimed at completing the reform of the financial regulatory system launched in the wake of the financial crisis. The package includes proposed amendments to the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and Directive (CRD) as well as the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) and the Single Resolution Mechanism Regulation (SRMR). The amendments contain measures that will strengthen the resilience of the EU banking sector and thereby increase markets' confidence in it. The proposals have three concrete goals:
Brussels, 26 October 2016
Brussels, 19 October 2016
Brussels, 4 October 2016
Recovery and resolution of central counterparties (CCPs) – EU and G20 agendas in step.
Brussels, 10 June 2016
European Commission and United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission agree Common approach for transatlantic CCPs.
Brussels, 15 March 2016