An overview of the organisation's background.
The work AFME does and its current priorities.
Shaping the growth agenda.
Details of the AFME Board of Directors.
Details of the AFME senior management team.
Details of AFME's directors.
Details of the AFME divisions' structure and process.
Our existing members and how to join.
Current job openings at AFME.
Works on the development and implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards.
Works to help develop open markets across the EU.
Works to promote an efficient pan-European covered bond market by facilitating consultation with key market participants.
Works on the commercial, legal, and regulatory aspects of mergers and acquisitions and the public issuance of securities.
Works to help develop market policy and best practices for the corporate bond and loan markets.
Works to help shape market structure and the policy environment.
Works to address the regional and cross-border issues of equity-raising transactions in Europe, the Middle East and emerging markets.
Works to lower the costs of executing high yield debt capital market transactions and lobbies for the reform of corporate insolvency laws.
Works to help develop best practices and monitor policy and regulatory developments that could affect the FX markets.
Works to achieve harmonisation, standardisation, and consolidation across Europe through best practice and regulation.
Works to enhance understanding of the prime services business and constructively shape the policy environment.
Works on issues relating to changes to the prudential regulatory framework.
Works with members, policymakers, and regulators on projects and initiatives at the global, EU, and national levels.
Works to monitor developments in policy and market structure that could affect the bond markets.
Works on financial markets policy issues and the development of best practices.
Works to analyse and communicate the impact of tax proposals.
Information on key issues that AFME is working on
For retail investors interested in learning about the European fixed-income market.
Useful data and other research into the financial sector.
Overviews of topical issues for the financial sector and our members' views on them.
Results from analysis carried out by AFME.
Investing in Change: A book of essays on financial reform in Europe
Links to other helpful websites.
Complete copies of AFME's responses to regulatory consultations.
In-depth analysis of financial sector reforms and other topical issues.
News and comment from AFME
Subscribe to our free weekly review of international regulatory reform proposals and activity.
AFME in the news and at conferences.
A range of standard market documentation developed by AFME.
Subscribe to Global SmartBrief, our free daily industry news roundup.
Monthly summary of AFME's work and other regulatory news.
AFME's programme of events.
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Listen to previous calls and view the accompanying presentations.
ECBDA Letter to European Central Bank Regarding Covered Bond Purchase Programme (CBPP)
29 October 2009
Letter to FSB Regarding FSB's Role in Coordinating and Monitoring Global Progress in Strengthening Financial Regulation
28 October 2009
SIFMA Letter to NSC Regarding Securities Industry Priorities for the Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC)<br type="_moz" />
29 September 2009
SIFMA Responds to G-20 Initiatives on Exec Comp and Other Reforms' Impact
25 September 2009
ESF Welcomes Recent EU Securitisation Transactions
2009-09-08 Joint IIAC/ JSDA/ LIBA/ SIFMA Letter to FSB Regarding FSB Standing Committee for Standards Implementation<br type="_moz" />
08 September 2009
Associations Call on G20 Finance Ministers To Ensure Reforms Promote Open Markets
03 September 2009
ISDA, SIFMA, LIBA Respond to EC Consultation on Enhancing OTC Derivatives Infrastructure; Support Proposals to Enhance Risk Management
02 September 2009
LIBA Comments to the Swedish Presidency on the Proposal to Amend the European Savings Tax Directive (EUSD)
23 July 2009
SIFMA Calls European Commission Efforts on Derivatives Markets Positive Step Forward
03 July 2009
Associations Call on the Financial Stability Board To Ensure Reforms Promote Open Markets
26 June 2009
Joint Industry Letter on MT 202 COV
22 May 2009
ECBDA Covered Bond Survey Shows Sustained Investor Appetite for Covered Bonds
19 May 2009
Letter to European Central Bank: Views Emerging from the UK National User Group
14 May 2009
Leading financial trade associations announce intention to join forces to form a new independent European association
05 May 2009
EHYA Welcomes UK Government Call for Consultation on Company Rescue
23 April 2009
SIFMA and ESF Welcome UK Government's 2009 Asset-Backed Securities Guarantee Scheme
22 April 2009
EHYA Insolvency Reform Roundtable Attracts Government Attention
18 March 2009
G-7 Must Ensure Open Trade and Investment
13 February 2009
SIFMA Releases Results of its Second European Equities E-Trading Survey
04 February 2009
SIFMA Releases its Fourth Annual European Fixed Income E-Trading Survey Results
SIFMA and ESF Welcome HM Treasury's Financial Intervention Package
19 January 2009
European Primary Dealers Association Announces 2009 Executive Board
07 January 2009
Asset Managers Address Over-Reliance on Credit Ratings
11 December 2008
New Association for European Covered Bond Dealers
25 November 2008
EHYA Praises Shadow Chancellor's Insolvency Reform Proposals
14 July 2008
Industry Take Further Steps Toward Improving Transparency
02 July 2008
CRD Pillar 3 Letter to EU Commissioner McCreevy
30 June 2008
Letter to Commissioner McCreevy Regarding Industry Initiatives To Improve Transparency in Securitisation Markets: New Securitisation Data Report
25 June 2008
Letter to Commissioner McCreevy Regarding Industry Initiatives To Improve Transparency in Securitisation Markets: Issuer- and Investor-Focused Initiatives
EHYA Urges UK Government to Act Now on Insolvency Law Reform
26 February 2008
ESF and ECSDA Agree on Matching Standards
27 October 2006
Transparency of European (Investment Grade) Corporate Bond Markets
24 May 2006
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