4 September 2018, 10.00 – 12.00, registration and welcome coffee from 09.30
Spa 30, Rue de Spa 30, 1000 Brussels
Possible discussion points:
- How can we achieve a proportionate prudential regime for investment firms that at the same time is not to complex?
- How does the proposal fit with the Capital Market Union project? What improvements could be made to ensure an optimal contribution to CMU?
- How can a balanced categorization of investment firms be designed?
- How can we ensure the rules allow an appropriate amount of movement between Class 2 and Class 3?
- How can we make sure capital and liquidity requirements and K-factors are well balanced and clear?
- Do the K-factors address the specific risks posed by investment firms well enough?Are any adaptations needed?
- Are the rules on reporting, governance and remuneration proposed by the European Commission proportionate?
- Are the amendments in ECON’s draft report in regards to third countries and quivalence the right way to go?
- How can we make sure the framework is based on appropriate risk sensitivity parameters?
- How can the specific risks posed by investment firms be targeted?
Mady Delvaux-Stehres Member of the European Parliament
Mattias Levin Deputy Head of Unit, Dir D2 – Banks and Financial Conglomerates, DG FISMA, European Commission
Piebe Teeboom Secretary General, FIA European Principal Traders Association
Michael Pedroni Executive Vice President & Managing Director of International Affairs, Managed Funds Association
Hlne Grosbois Senior Research & Advocacy Officer, Finance Watch
Dr Emanuel van Praag Attorney-at-law, Financial Services, HVG Law LLP