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The EU is putting financial interests ahead of stakeholders’ need for a modernised, affordable and harmonised trademark reform.
Agreement over supervising London-based clearing-houses is a victory for the UK which had accused the ECB of discriminating against non-eurozone members
Position of committee on economic and monetary affairs would ensure that smaller benchmarks do not have to comply with onerous transparency rules.
Published on 01.04.2015 / 04:40 CET
MEPs sitting on the European Parliament's special committee on tax rulings question Moscovici over recent reform proposals.
Published on 01.04.2015 / 03:50 CET
The Commission wants to tackle unfair parcel delivery charges for online sales transactions.
Published on 31.03.2015 / 19:41 CET
The eurozone is still struggling to bring unemployment down to pre-crisis levels.
Published on 26.03.2015 / 02:01 CET
New legislation will oblige banks in the EU to share information about account holders with tax authorities.
Published on 26.03.2015 / 01:50 CET
Jean-Claude Juncker must involve the banking sector in his plan for integrating Europe’s capital markets to boost investment.
Published on 26.03.2015 / 01:48 CET
The collapse of a medium-sized bad bank in Austria will test the EU's new bank resolution rules.
Published on 26.03.2015 / 01:44 CET
A European Commission proposal to order large financial institutions to create subsidies for risky trading angered the banking industry and the political left.
Published on 19.03.2015 / 15:41 CET
Swiss banks will provide EU tax authorities with information about bank accounts and earnings of EU citizens in Switzerland.
Published on 19.03.2015 / 06:02 CET
European Commission says member states should share lists of deals made in last ten years.
Published on 19.03.2015 / 04:50 CET
The Commission is concerned that the merger would harm competition on the global market for heavy-duty gas turbines.