Task Forces

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Three key building blocks, 6+1 key areas of priority, 33+9 policy actions. Has the CMU project been successful in delivering deeper and more integrated capital markets in the EU? The opinions on the progress (or lack thereof) are certainly mixed. However, CMU remains more relevant than ever for EU-27. BUT it needs re-branding, re-focusing, new energy and momentum, as well as political support.

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FOCUS: 1) retail investors; 2) sustainable/ESG investment

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FOCUS: 1) insurance companies; 2) pension funds.

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FOCUS: 1) long term investment; 2) asset managers.

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After a year-long exercise, including five Task Force meetings, with a diverse group of stakeholders, CEPS and ECMI will launch the Final Report of their Task Force on 'Long-term Investing and Retirement Savings'. Under the title 'Saving for Retirement and Investing for Growth', the Final Report of the Task Force aims at making practical contributions to the debates surrounding long-term investing and retirement savings.

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Fresh perspectives open for asset managers as Europe seeks to reduce its historic reliance on banking and promote capital markets.

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Task force members met for the last time before the launch of the final report later in 2012 to kick-start the drafting process. After having held

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The task force on commodities price formation held its sixth and last meeting on market and regulatory issues on 10 February 2012.

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On 20 January 2012, leading commodity experts met again in Brussels to discuss on this occasion agricultural commodities —and in particular the role of market infrastructure in allowing greater market access to small producers in the last decade.

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