Mission & Governance


History

ECMI was established as an independent non-profit organisation in 1993, in a collaborative effort by the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies (EFFAS), the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE) and the International Capital Market Association (ICMA). Since 2005, ECMI has been managed and staffed by CEPS, a highly reputed, independent think tank in Brussels.

Statute Agreement


Mission

Informing policy on European capital markets

ECMI conducts in-depth research aimed at informing the debate and policy-making process on a broad range of issues related to capital markets. Through its various activities, ECMI facilitates interaction among market participants, policymakers and academics. 


Governance

The Annual General Meeting is usually organised in October/November in the eve of the Annual Conference. Board Meetings are organised twice each year, usually in February/March and June/July, respectively. The board is composed of highly reputed individuals in their field of expertise. The board members provide the strategic direction of the organisation, supervise the work of the management team and the financial soundness of the institute. The research staff works on the basis of an independent agenda; they are assisted by the academic committee. 

Research Team   ECMI Board   Academic Committee


Activities

Through its commentaries and policy briefs, ECMI analyses the latest regulatory developments and puts forward proposals and recommendations to help shape the regulatory and policy debate. ECMI also produces detailed research reports on key policy issues and market developments. As well as conducting in-house research, ECMI responds to calls for proposals from external entities and hosts contributions from high profile researchers and young academics based on its call for papers. ECMI regularly organises workshops, seminars and task forces on a variety of issues facing European capital markets. Participation in ECMI events offers multiple networking opportunities. The Annual Conference is a unique event in Brussels, bringing together over 30 high level speakers and more than 300 participants.

Publications  Task Forces  Events  Statistics Activities Reports


Funding

The ECMI's funding comes from a variety of sources, including corporate and institutional membership fees, externally commissioned research, conference fees and publications sales.

Transparency Register no: 63505977233-67

Membership