Juncker sets out plans for senior management reshuffle
President of the European Commission will make changes based mainly on the ‘people first’ principle and not on the application of mobility rules.
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, has set out to European commissioners how he would like to proceed with a reshuffle of the Commission’s senior managers – the directors-general.
Democrats and Republicans are both mistaken about the Ukraine crisis – and there could be serious global repercussions.
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The value of building up the confidence of the Roma should not be underestimated.
Quote of the Week
I haven't come to Berlin to ask Germany to pay Greece's pensions.Alexis Tspiras, Greece's prime minister, after talks with Angela Merkel, Germany's chancellor, in Berlin on Monday (23 March).
The Week in numbers
Profile of Lithuania's minister of defence.
As Russia continues to flex its muscles in the east, Juozas Olekas, Lithuania’s defence minister, is having a busy time.
People & Places
The European Commission has named Wolf Klinz, a 73-year-old former MEP, to chair the board of EFRAG, the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group, which was set up …
- Held to account on banking reforms
- Straining at the controls
- From disaster to disaster
- The EU takes on the big banks
- Capital markets to challenge banks?
- The painful death of banking secrecy
A focus on boosting investment may signal greater flexibility on bank regulation after the tough reforms of the sector.
The collapse of a medium-sized bad bank in Austria will test the EU's new bank resolution rules.
A look at how new banking rules have – and have not – learnt from the past
A European Commission proposal to order large financial institutions to create subsidies for risky trading angered the banking industry and the political left.
Jean-Claude Juncker must involve the banking sector in his plan for integrating Europe’s capital markets to boost investment.
New legislation will oblige banks in the EU to share information about account holders with tax authorities.