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EMCDDA intensifies its cooperation with the Western Balkans and the European Neighbourhood Policy area
This month, the EMCDDA has launched two new projects which will intensify its cooperation with the Western Balkans and the European Neighbourhood Policy area (ENP). The EU-funded projects, running until the end of 2026 and 2027 respectively, will support national and regional readiness to identify...
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Spokespersons for the European Parliament will hold a last-minute briefing on the 1-2 February session tomorrow at 14.30 Source : © European Union, 2023 - EP
Newsletter #99 julia Tue, 01/31/2023 - 16:19 Tue, 01/31/2023 - 12:00 In this Newsletter, find out more about our top consultations and complaints dealt with in 2022, our activities for data protection day. As well as our latest Opinions, including one that may have an impact on your holidays, and one concerning your instant payments. 1
Today, the European Investment Bank (EIB) priced its first ever £50 million digital bond using a combination of private and public blockchains operated and accessed via HSBC Orion – the bank’s tokenisation platform. It follows the recently adopted Luxembourg legal framework tailored to allow for the issuance, transfer and custody of dematerialised securities on distributed ledger technology (DLT) infrastructure.
Opening contribution by Mr Janusz Wojciechowski in exchange of views on CAP strategic plans with the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Parliament, Brussels.
European Commission Speech Brussels, 31 Jan 2023 Chairman Lins, Honourable Members, Thank you for having me here today, and thank you for proposing this exchange. Today, we see the end of the first month of th...
European Commission Daily news Brussels, 31 Jan 2023 Single Market turns 30: Commission's reports confirm the Single Market underpins Europe's ability to tackle key challenges Today, the Commission has published t...
ESMA withdraws the CRA registration of Qivalio SAS SARAH.EDWARDS@… 31 January 2023 Credit Rating Agencies The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s financial markets regulator and supervisor, has withdrawn the credit rating agency (CRA) registration of Qivalio SAS, following the asset transfer of the credit rating activities from Qivalio SAS to EthiFinance Ratings S.L. (formerly Axesor). The withdrawal decisions follow the official notifications to ESMA by Qivalio SAS on 29 November 2022 of its intention to renounce the specific registrations under the conditions set out in Article 20(1)(a) of the CRA Regulation (CRAR). The list of registered and certified CRAs has been updated.
Use of Clinical Trials Information System becomes mandatory for new clinical trial applications in the EU, , 31/01/2023
From 31 January 2023, all initial clinical trial applications in the European Union (EU) must be submitted via the Clinical Trials Information System (...
ESMA consults on the review of the methodology on stress test scenarios for Money Market Funds iris.hude@esma… 31 January 2023 Fund Management The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s financial markets regulator and supervisor, is seeking input on the review of the methodology included in the Guidelines on stress test scenarios under the MMFR. In light of recent market developments and the COVID-19 related stress of March 2020, the proposed revision of the scenarios relates to the hypothetical changes in the level of liquidity of the assets held in the portfolio of the MMF and the hypothetical macro systemic shocks affecting the economy as a whole. This Consultation Paper (CP) focuses on the following changes to the current methodology: the proposed revision of the liquidity scenario aims to better take into account the interaction between liquidity and redemption pressures, in light of the stress event experienced in March 2020; and the proposed revision of the macro scenario intends to better capture the macroprudential impact of the scenario, by including assumptions on the underlying markets and other market participants. Finally, the CP also presents ESMA’s considerations on a potential climate risk scenario, seeking stakeholders’ feedback on this point. This document will be of particular interest to: MMF managers and their trade associations; alternative investment funds and UCITS managers and their trade associations; and institutional and retail investors (and associations of such investors) investing in MMF. Next steps Interested parties are invited to send their feedback by 28 April 2023. ESMA will then assess responses with the aim of finalising the Final Report by Q4 2023. The final guidelines on MMF stress tests will also include the calibration of the 2023 stress testing scenario for implementation. 31/01/2023 ESMA34-49-496 Consultation Paper on the review of the methodology included in the Guidelines on stress test scenarios under the MMF Regulation Consultation Paper on the review of the methodology included in the Guidelines on stress test scenarios under the MMF Regulation