Public policy and advocacy
The Public policy and advocacy division concentrates its advocacy efforts on regulatory and legislative reform proposals that impact our member firms.
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The division examines intelligence on the political and regulatory landscape and facilitates an open dialogue between the financial industry and regulatory bodies across Europe. The division ensures that key messages and the industry’s view on proposed legislations are appropriately delivered to regulators and officials.
European Public Policy Committee (EPPC)
The committee provides insights, advocacy engagements and targeted outreach to European officials, including officials from the European Commission, European Parliament, Ministries of Finance in Member States, the European Supervisory Authorities and the Single Supervisory Mechanism, across the full range of issues relevant to our member firms.
- Ensure a level playing field across Europe.
- Promote a thriving and liquid marketplace that enables wide participation and brings real benefit to the European economy.
- Advise regulatory officials on how to continue strengthening the markets while at the same time reducing systemic risk
- Assess public mood and changing the perception of the industry
- Address regulatory differences and disputes between European countries
- Welcome a closer dialogue between regulatory bodies, policy makers and market participants in order to work towards common objectives
Current EPPC dossiers include:
- Crisis Management and Resolution
- STS securitisation
- MiFID II
- Prospectus Directive
- NSFR and leverage ratio
- Basel reforms
- Insolvency reforms
- Capital Markets Union
- Cumulative Impact Assessment
- Bank Structural Reform
Tom Duff Gordon, Co-Chair
Costanza Bufalini, Co-Chair
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
Crédit Agricole CIB
Lloyds Banking Group
Antonio Hilario Garcia del Riego