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The Capital Markets Union is a plan by the European Commission to remove barriers to cross-border investments, diversify the funding of the economy and reduce the cost of raising capital in order to support economic growth and job creation in Europe. Find out more: http://ec.europa.eu/finance/capital-markets-union/
Moderator Odi Lahav, CEO, Allenbridge Speakers Michael Berry, Managing Director, Pricoa Capital Group Mathew Cestar, Managing Director and Co-Head of Global Credit Products, EMEA, Credit Suisse Jim Galowski, Global Co-Head, Corporate Structured Credit, Apollo Global Management As capital has become more expensive for European banks grappling with constrained balance sheets, the efficiency of capital markets has become more crucial. The initiative to create the European Capital Markets Union is designed to ensure that money flows more easily across the EU economy to help companies grow. To be sure, segments of Europes capital markets are working effectively, presenting great opportunities for newcomers. In fact, since the onset of the global financial crisis, Europe's high-yield bond mar...
he Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a European initiative that will change the landscape of the European capital markets. Amongst other things, the reforms that the CMU will introduce will change: • public equity markets • the securitisation markets; and • the landscape for private equity exits and venture capital fundraising. The reforms are already underway and we expect their implementation imminently. We’re committed to helping you navigate this new complex and far reaching regime. Our video will introduce the CMU and its implications for your business, whilst giving you an opportunity to discuss and explore it further. For more information, please visit http://www.pwclegal.co.uk/news/capital-markets-union-unlocking-the-potential-for-european-growth.html
The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan of the European Commission to mobilise capital in Europe. It will channel it to all companies, including SMEs, and infrastructure projects that need it to expand and create jobs. By linking savings with growth, it will offer new opportunities for savers and investors. Deeper and more integrated capital markets will lower the cost of funding and make the financial system more resilient. All 28 Member States of the EU will benefit from building a true single market for capital. http://ec.europa.eu/finance/capital-markets-union
Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, mayor of Warsaw, told Emerging Europe that, with its relatively low density, Poland’s capital city offers a lot of opportunities for real estate investors, especially on the right bank of the Vistula River.
You might have heard about this new flagship project of the European Commission, the Capital Markets Union. But who will really benefit? Why you should be interested as a citizen and taxpayer? This webinar is what you need. You'll also find the answers in our short and easy-to-read paper “Capital Markets Union in 5 questions”: http://www.finance-watch.org/our-work/publications/1061-cmu-in-5-questions-en
European VC market overview from the largest investor in VC funds in Europe – the European Investment Fund. Find out how the European VC market has evolved throughout the past 20 years, how it is has been performing and which fund categories are the winners. The speech was given on 2017-05-18 at infoShare 2017 (Startup Stage) in Gdańsk. http://infoshare.pl Follow infoShare: https://facebook.com/infosharepl https://twitter.com/infosharepl https://instagram.com/infoshare/ https://linkedin.com/company-beta/1272775/ https://plus.google.com/+infoshare/
AFME board members and senior staff discuss the association’s work and how Europe’s capital markets can help deliver economic growth.
The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan set out by the European Commission aiming to create deeper and more integrated markets within the 28 EU Member States so as to raise nonbank financing and strengthen cross-border capital flows. The proposed plan will help encourage investments and boost jobs and growth of the economy. Andreas Uthemann, Research Officer in the Systemic Risk Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science, discusses what the benefits and obstacles of a Capital Markets Union may be.
The European Capital Markets and Bank Finance Book of Jargon® Word of the Day is Hung Bridge. Partner Francesco Lione explains. Looking for more insight into other European capital markets and bank finance terminology? Get your copy of the Book of Jargon® Download on the iTunes App Store: Download on Google Play:
July 15 (Bloomberg) -- Neil Rimer, co-founder of Index Ventures, talks about venture capital markets in the U.S. and Europe. Rimer, speaking with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West," says valuations of startups in Europe are "more reasonable" than in the U.S. (Source: Bloomberg)
Panellists: Iwona Sroka, CEO & President, Central Securities Depository of Poland (KDPW); Rafał Antczak, Board Member, Deloitte Business Consulting; Julian Macedo, Head of Emerging Markets, ECM, Barclays; Jakub Papierski, Deputy CEO, PKO Bank Polski; Ken Robins, Head of EMEA Equity Capital Markets, Citigroup Global Markets; Paweł Rymarz, Managing Partner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges; Paweł Tamborski, CEO & President, Warsaw Stock Exchange Moderator: Jan Cieński, Central European Financial Observer, demosEUROPA
The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan set out by the European Commission aiming to create deeper and more integrated markets within the 28 EU Member States so as to raise nonbank financing and strengthen cross-border capital flows. The proposed plan will help encourage investments and boost jobs and growth of the economy. Jon Danielsson, Co-Director of the Systemic Risk Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science, discusses what the benefits and obstacles of a Capital Markets Union may be.
The Capital Markets Union is set to become a reality by 2019. What will that mean for Europe? Who will benefit and how will it affect the role of banks? Discussing these questions and more at the third Deutsche Bank "momentum" event in Berlin were: Lord Jonathan Hill, EU Commisioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union; Steffen Kampeter, Parliamentary State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry of Finance; Anton Börner, President of the Federation of German Wholesale and Foreign Trade Association and Paul Achleitner, Chairman of the Deutsche Bank Supervisory Board. More information (in German only): www.deutsche-bank.de/momentum
Europe has provided its citizens with great progress in economic and financial terms and widespread prosperity. The Euro has helped eliminate the exchange rate risk and has thus favored the creation of a large capital market with benefits also for businesses, explains Andrea Beltratti, director of the Executive Master in Finance of SDA Bocconi School of Management, who have been able to capture financial resources from a very broad market, rendering possible financial transactions that previously were not. But the big financial crises of 2008 and 2010-11 have clouded the picture and brought problems, only in part overcome today, which put in doubt the future of Europe itself.
Almost 25% of global GDP is currently facing negative interest rates, while another 25% faces rates lower that 1%. What is the impact of this low return environment on real estate capital flows, especially considering the lack of core product? How will the growing uncertainty in European real estate markets caused by the spectre of a post-Brexit Britain, as well as upcoming elections in France and Germany, impact real estate markets? And what can we expect to happen if we return to a normalised interest rate and inflation environment? This session aims to explore the long term impacts of the major developments we are currently facing. Moderator: Jon H. Zehner, LaSalle Investment Management Speakers: Nathalie Palladitcheff, Ivanhoé Cambridge Massimo Saletti, JP Morgan François Trausch, Al...
Panellists: Christian Keller, Global Head of Economics Research, Barclays; Gyorgy Kovacs, Economist Europe & EMEA, UBS; Paul Mihailovitch, Managing Director, ECM, JP Morgan; Filip Paszke, Head of Brokerage, PKO Bank Polski; Grzegorz Zawada, Vice-President of the Management Board, Warsaw Stock Exchange; Moderator: Henry Foy, Central Europe Correspondent, Financial Times
The European Capital Markets and Bank Finance Book of Jargon® Word of the Day is Release Clause. Partner James Chesterman explains. Looking for more insight into other European capital markets and bank finance terminology? Get your copy of the Book of Jargon® http://bit.ly/2mfy5yD Download on the iTunes App Store: http://apple.co/2mOSMTy Download on Google Play: http://bit.ly/2my3fSF
The complex and ambitious Capital Markets Union, a European Union initiative to spur greater non-bank financing, particularly of small and medium enterprises, was the subject of an Institute Research Roundtable in Brussels on November 18. We brought together representatives of several groups likely to be affected by the proposed changes, as well as our internal experts from across McGraw Hill Financial’s businesses, to discuss the transformation proposed by the CMU and how information asymmetries and disclosure challenges might be overcome. Standard & Poor’s Ratings has filed formal comments on the Capital Markets Union, as has S&P CapitalIQ.
On 12 June 2014 the Directive on Markets in Financial Instruments (MiFID II) and the Regulation on Markets in Financial Instruments (MiFIR) completed EU legislative procedures. MiFID2 and MiFIR aim to make financial markets more efficient, transparent and secure. In addition, the European Parliament is currently examining proposals to regulate Money Market Funds (MMFs) which are an important source of short-term financing for banks, private companies and governments. Will the new laws build on the creation of Banking Union and further protect the integrity of the European financial markets? Do these legislative developments mark the first steps in Commission President Junker’s vision for a Capital Markets Union across the EU? Join us as we address these important issues with experts from...