Banks as key players in financing the transition to a sustainable economy support the Commission proposal that aims to ensure that financial market integrate ESG considerations into the investment and advisory process in a consistent manner and provide investors with related information.
In our comments to the rapporteur Paul Tang, we challenge the extension of the scope of the Regulation to lending activities. The scope should, as originally proposed, remain limited to the management of environmentally sustainable investments or provision of related advisory services to clients. Banks will be in the scope of the Regulation in their capacity as investments’ managers or providers of advisory services. Provision of credit should be left out from the scope of this Regulation and discussed separately.
First panel at #ENISA15 is about future challenges; Wim Mijs from @EBFeu highlights the importance of trust & Thomas Rosteck @Infineon shares his view on #GDPR "I have seen the effect on non European companies and it is the only influence we have on devices not made in Europe."
“With banking on your phone come also big threats- customers are unaware of them” @EBFeu Wim Mijs - NIS places important obligations for incident reporting on financial institutions #ENISA15 #Cybersecurity ENISA will have central role https://t.co/jCXVWxnbDJ
“International Directors Banking Programme” is a new modular programme of three three-day modules at the INSEAD business school in Fontainebleau, France. The content is driven by the needs for bank directors and senior executives working in banks to review and update their corporate governance practices due to the many pressures they face, and will focus on the effectiveness of directors and boards. Successful completion by participants offers certification by INSEAD. Read more
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