European Capital Markets Institute

 

ECMI-CEPS Lunchtime event

1 December 2016, from 13:00-14:30, CEPS

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ECMI Commentary, November 2016. The European securitisation market experienced constant growth for almost a decade prior to the financial crisis, but it then plunged precipitously and has never fully recovered.

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CEPS Policy Brief, September 2016: Karel Lannoo opens his contribution by observing that it is understandable why the UK attaches immense importance to retaining access to the EU’s single market, given that financial services account for about 8% of the country’s GDP. He warns, however, that putting a mutually acceptable regime in place will take years of negotiations, and the final agreement will clearly allow much less access than UK-licensed firms enjoy today.

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ECMI Commentary, November 2016: Capital markets in Europe currently lack the necessary depth, scale and integration to provide the funds for innovative firms to grow, thereby imposing a high cost on both firms and investors.

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