In the aftermath of the great financial crisis, the lack of risk diversification in the European financial system, i.e.
The financial and economic crises have led to an enormous plumbing exercise, involving a fundamental re-design of the global and European regulatory and supervisory system.
Karel Lannoo, CEPS-ECMI Senior Research Fellow, and Mirzha de Manuel Aramendía, CEPS-ECMI Research Fellow, contributed to this book edited by Michael Pinedo and Ingo Walter, prof
The Final Report of the CEPS-ECMI Task Force on 'Long-term Investing and Retirement Savings' considers the potential to steer household financial wealth – accounting for over 60%
The Final Report of the CEPS-ECMI Task Force on 'Price Formation in Commodities Spot and Derivatives Markets' reviews the interaction between physical and futures commodities mar
This CEPS paperback presents an abridged version of a study carried out by ECMI-CEPS and the law firm Marccus Partners for the European Commission and supplemented by additional
The final report of the task force 'Rethinking Asset Management' examines the asset management industry and its links with financial stability, product integrity, investor protec
Engagement between investors and public companies: Impediments and their resolution'addresses the question of stewardship (thoughtful ownership) in the UK and the European Union,
An outstanding conclusion to the work of the task force set by ECMI and CEPS on the review of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), this report provides a gener
Since the inception of the World Federation of Exchanges in the 1960s, the operational and competitive landscape for organized exchanges has changed radically.
Over the last decade the securities industry revolutionized. Technological and market innovations urged regulators to respond by updating the rules on securities trading.
The Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) is nothing short of a revolution.
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