The European Commission’s new guidelines on corporate climate-related information reporting include a recommendation for clear and comparable criteria for issuing green bonds and setting up a classification system for environmentally-sustainable economic activities.
The reform of the bylaws of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) will be submitted to heads of state and government on 21 June, following Eurogroup approval.
The regulator released a report on 11 June on frequent batch auctions, which circumvent transparency rules.
Employer and labour negotiators agreed on a change on 5 June allowing funds to vary their benefits depending on the state of the Dutch economy.
These appointments follow the creation of a high-level working group to explore how to deepen and improve the Capital Markets Union on 16 May.
The new regulation recently passed by the European Parliament is meant to provide a boost to the market.
In August 2018, EIOPA received a request from the commission for an opinion on sustainability within Solvency 2.
The French analyst breached Belgian rules on the use of inside information.
Partisans of a greater capital integration within the European Union raise their voice to support the completion of the capital markets union during European institutions's next mandate.