EU Launches Digital Finance Platform04.11.2022
ESMA Chair, Verena Ross, delivered the closing remarks at the launch of the EU Digital Finance Platform, event organised by the European Commission. She talked about the support for innovation facilitators, the work of the European Forum of Innovation Facilitators (EFIF), the Cross-Border Testing Framework – one of the most prominent projects of the EFIF in the past year – and the future ambitious for the Platform.
Did you miss the launch of the #EUDigiFinPlatform? We got you 😉
☑️ European Forum of Innovation Facilitators
☑️ Cross-Border Testing Framework
☑️ Future actions pic.twitter.com/TPqEePpSPs
— ESMA – EU Securities Markets Regulator 🇪🇺 (@ESMAComms) April 8, 2022
Verena Ross, Chair:
“ESMA, together with the other European Supervisory Authorities, will continue to support the EU Digital Finance Platform. It provides a single access point for all the information related to facilitating financial innovation in Europe. But the ambition is greater than this. We look forward to making the Platform a tool that will be recognised and used by FinTech in Europe.”
The event brought together the European Commission, Banca d’Italia, Finanzmarktaufsicht, Austria, European Fintech Association, European Banking Federation, European Digital Finance Association, and Insurance Europe.
As equities trading gains ground with the younger generation, brokers must adapt.
The faster set up of new bonds means clients can service early secondary execution more quickly.
UCITS equity funds recorded net outflows (€17bn) for the first time since Q1 2020.
The SEC regulated digital asset investment manager wants to expand globally.
The new futures will help customers manage sovereign debt risk in Europe.