AFME works with its members to represent the industry's position on the key issues facing Europe's financial markets.
AFME has an ongoing programme of work dedicated to highlighting the impact of Brexit for pan-European capital markets.
AFME is providing practical support for the European Commission's Capital Markets Union and Growth agenda.
AFME is opposed to the FTT because of its negative impact on end users and the wider economy.
AFME is closely engaged with regulators and policymakers in the UK and the Eurozone on the issue of transitioning from IBORs (Interbank Offered Rates) to new risk-free reference rates.
AFME is working with its members to make a positive contribution to the European insolvency reform debate.
AFME engages in debates concerning the levels of non-performing loans (NPLs) in Europe. We have made a number of policy submissions on prudential topics, insolvency reform, and on measures to develop deeper European secondary markets for NPLs and distressed debt.