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(07.02.2023) European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson is visiting the Port of Antwerp today, following the continued rise in the quantity of cocaine seized at the port. The Commissioner will be accompanied by Belgian Minister of the Interior Annelies Verlinden, EMCDDA Director Alexis...
The very visible value of intangible assets: why IP valuation matters
The protection of intellectual property (IP) is crucial to individual creators, inventors, designers, and companies alike. From big corporations to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), IP assets represent an extremely significant portion of the overall value of any organisation. That is true not only when IP rights are being sold and purchased, but also when they are exploited through licensing and franchising.
Confédération paysanne and Others (Mutagenèse aléatoire in vitro) Approximation of laws Techniques of genetic modification: the Court specifies the status of in vitro random mutagenesis having regard to the GMO Directive
TRV article: Artificial intelligence in EU securities markets The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in finance is under increasing scrutiny from regulators and supervisors interested in examining its development and the related potential risks. This article contributes by providing an overview of AI use cases across securities markets in the EU and assessing the degree of adoption of AI-based tools. iris.hude@esma… 07 February 2023 /sites/default/files/library/ESMA50-164-6247-AI_in_securities_markets.pdf -2 Place Slide
Alicante News: New year, new format!
One of the EUIPO’s longest-standing publications, Alicante News, has undergone a makeover!
Keynote speech by Commissioner McGuinness at 7th Annual Fintech and Regulation Conference on “Digital finance and payments: where are we headed?”
European Commission Speech Brussels, 07 Feb 2023 Ladies and gentlemen, a very good morning. Digitalisation is changing all of our lives and digital technology is transforming the financial system – allowing fo...
State aid: Commission approves €1.36 billion Greek scheme to compensate energy-intensive companies for indirect emission costs
European Commission Press release Brussels, 07 Feb 2023 The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a Greek scheme to partially compensate energy-intensive companies for higher electricity prices resulting from indirect emission costs under the EU Emission Trading System (‘ETS').
The Swedish presidency has decided to activate the integrated political crisis response (IPCR) to coordinate EU support measures, in close collaboration with the European Commission.
The European Supervisory Authorities meet stakeholders from across the financial sector amid preparations for the Digital Operational Resilience Act
The European Supervisory Authorities meet stakeholders from across the financial sector amid preparations for the Digital Operational Resilience Act The three European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA – ESAs) held a joint public event in the format of a technical discussion about the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) on 6 February 2023. The online event gathered over 2,000 representatives from credit and payment institutions...