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    are in preparation Further progress is necessary including the aim to ensure coherence and consistency of the different layers of legislation The European Parliament is a driving force in strengthening financial regulation and supervisory competences to safeguard financial stability and to enhance consumer protection The EPFSF is a well recognised platform for a constructive exchange of views between participants from the European Institutions and representatives of the different financial services sectors and stakeholder organisations As Chairman of the EPFSF I am looking forward to a successful continuation of this dialogue MEPs and interested parties are welcome to join and to read about the EPFSF activities Peter De Proft Chair Against the backdrop of an ever changing regulatory landscape the invaluable role of the EPFSF and the forum for exchange and debate that it provides has become increasingly apparent The new European Parliament has a full agenda and will not fall short of new upcoming initiatives many of which will be legislative It is vital that we continue to encourage cooperation and the exchange of knowledge and expertise synonymous with the work of the Forum As Chair of the EPFSF Financial Industry Committee I am committed to maintain the constructive and useful dialogue between MEPs and the financial industry as a whole By providing the platform for exchanges of views between key industry stakeholders and European politicians we will work hard to ensure an invaluable contribution to the high quality structures standards and practices that will drive the future of the financial industry Why should you join the Forum MEPs Financial Industry Do you want to know more about financial markets and services Subtitles DE EN ES FR IT NL PUBLICATIONS Brochures Briefing Paper Compendium on Financial Services Issues 2014 2015 EPFSF and Financial Services promoting effective dialogue 2014 Briefing Papers

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    page This will activate your local print function Adobe Acrobat This site includes material in Adobe Reader PDF format In order to view these files you will need to download and install the latest free version of Adobe Acrobat reader E mail Where the symbol appears in the text it indicates a link to an e mail address When clicked it will open your local e mail program Bookmark this

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    does not accept liability for any errors or omissions nor shall it be liable for any claims or losses of any nature arising directly or indirectly from use of the information data or other material on this website Links from this website to other sites are for information only The EPFSF accepts no responsibility or liability arising from access to or for the material on any site to which it

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    The European Commission Economic and Financial Affairs Enterprise and Industry Competition Employment Social Affairs and Inclusion Information Society and Media Internal Market and Services Taxation and Customs Union Justice Trade Enlargement Budget European Parliament European Parliament ECON Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs IMCO Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection JURI Committee on Legal Affairs Others ECB The European Central Bank EIB The European Investment Bank EIF European Investment

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    FAQ Membership How to join Steering Committee Financial Industry Members Observers Events Meetings Training Sessions Special Events Publications Brochures Briefing papers Presentations Videos Contact Home About us Who we are Objectives Governance principles Statutes Finances Secretariat FAQ Membership How to join Steering Committee Financial Industry Members Observers Events Meetings Training Sessions Special Events Publications Brochures Briefing papers Presentations Videos Contact Powered by Xmap EPFSF Avenue des Arts 56 1000 Brussels

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    Objectives Governance principles Statutes Finances Secretariat FAQ Membership How to join Steering Committee Financial Industry Members Observers Events Meetings Training Sessions Special Events Publications Brochures Briefing papers Presentations Videos Contact Search Keyword Search for All words Any words Exact Phrase Ordering Newest First Oldest First Most Popular Alphabetical Category Search Only Categories Contacts Articles Newsfeeds Weblinks Tags EPFSF Avenue des Arts 56 1000 Brussels Tel 32 2 514 68 00

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  • About us
    number of Members of the European Parliament who form a Steering Committee together with Financial Industry Members a wide range of leading players in the European financial industry supported by a secretariat The Steering Committee gives direction to the activities of the forum and the Financial Industry Committee undertakes the task of arranging and inviting speakers writing short briefing papers and managing the secretariat An Administrative Committee is elected at the Annual General Meeting to deal with day to day administration of these matters Full details of structures and responsibilities can be found in our Statutes The Forum is financed by member contributions set annually by the General Assembly see Frequently Asked Questions The Forum organises events on a monthly basis Attended by a large number of interested MEPs these meetings focus on a variety of topics with high level expert guest speakers from the financial industry consumer groups and relevant authorities regulators and officials See our current programme Meetings are open to all MEPs and if they are not able to come their assistants the relevant Parliament committee staff secretariats of political groups as well as the relevant officials of the European Commission Every industry member is also invited

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  • Who we are
    ASBL It consists of a number of Members of the European Parliament who form a Steering Committee together with Financial Industry Members a wide range of leading players in the European financial industry supported by a secretariat The Steering Committee gives direction to the activities of the forum and the Financial Industry Committee undertakes the task of arranging and inviting speakers writing short briefing papers and managing the secretariat An Administrative Committee is elected at the Annual General Meeting to deal with day to day administration of these matters Full details of structures and responsibilities can be found in our Statutes The Forum is financed by member contributions set annually by the General Assembly see Frequently Asked Questions The Forum organises events on a monthly basis Attended by a large number of interested MEPs these meetings focus on a variety of topics with high level expert guest speakers from the financial industry consumer groups and relevant authorities regulators and officials See our current programme Meetings are open to all MEPs and if they are not able to come their assistants the relevant Parliament committee staff secretariats of political groups as well as the relevant officials of the European Commission Every

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