After a year-long exercise with a wide group of stakeholders, including academics, policy-makers and industry experts, CEPS and ECMI will launch the final report of the European Capital Markets Expert Group (ECMEG): Europe's Untapped Capital Market: Rethinking Integration After the Great Financial Crisis.
The event started with a presentation of the main findings of the recently published PwC’s Global financial markets liquidity study, which reviewed liquidity trends and prospects across a broad range of asset classes and international markets. This was followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session. Please find below details about the event.
The ECMI Annual Conference is a landmark event in Brussels that brings together policy-makers, academics and international experts to discuss challenges for European capital markets integration policies and global financial reforms.
Commodity markets never rest. The recent fall in oil prices and renewed expansionary monetary policies are increasing uncertainty on how these markets will once again react to economic and financial instability. This environment comes on the back of a more generalised reduction or stagnation in commodity prices and an ongoing policy overhaul.
Despite the recent setback in integration, due to the outbreak of the financial crisis, the European Union continues its journey towards greater ec
The 2014 ECMI Annual Conference brought together again more than 350 academics, policy-makers and market participants from across Europe and beyond. The event focused on important challenges for Europe’s financial markets.
The last 15 years have been a rollercoaster for China´s banking system. From systemic insolvency in the early 2000s, China has moved to a lager and seemingly sounder banking system after a comprehensive restructuring effort.
European institutions have been working since long time to harmonise rules and integrate market infrastructure. Settlement cycles have been increasingly converging across asset classes and Europe is becoming a leading region for the resilience of its back office, in particular as a result of the pressure to build a pan-European infrastructure.
In their first trip to Brussels after the adoption of the SEC's new cross-border derivatives rule, Messrs. Bussey and Pan will explain the new rule and speak about on-going international efforts to address gaps, overlaps and conflicts in the implementation of new OTC derivatives rules in the United States, Europe and other jurisdictions.