To remain competitive and at the forefront of innovation, Europe must be open to cross-border flows of knowledge, ideas, capital and investment. The benefit in doing so ultimately accrues to European citizens and businesses.
Europe rightly strives for high regulatory standards. That said, EFAMA strongly believes our rules need to be well calibrated, so Europe can partake in global competition on a level playing field. Our policy work consistently advocates for a dynamic regulatory environment, which enables European financial markets to remain globally competitive.
EFAMA's feedback on the EU Commission's consultation on the Capital Markets Union High Level Forum Final Report
We are thrilled to announce that FundApps, a Compliance-as-a-Service company, has joined EFAMA as associate members.
The EFAMA Board approved their membership on 19 January 2022.
Please join us in welcoming them to the EFAMA community!
Are you interested in becoming an EFAMA member yourself? Here are six reasons for joining us.
EFAMA is recruiting a regulatory policy adviser in distribution of financial products, investor protection and/or client disclosures, as well as a regulatory policy adviser with relevant experience in sustainable finance and/or stewardship.
Annual European Asset Management Report - Report highlights key developments in the European fund industry
The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has released the 13th edition of its Asset Management in Europe report, which provides in-depth analysis of recent trends in the European asset management industry, focussing on where investment funds and discretionary mandates are managed in Europe.
This is our 13th edition of the Asset Management in Europe report, which provides an in-depth analysis of recent trends in the European asset management industry, focussing on where investment funds and discretionary mandates are managed in Europe.
Towards a deepening of the single market for asset management in the context of an ambitious Capital Markets Union
By Vincent Ingham
Director of Regulatory Policy, EFAMA.
Q #1 What is the European Fund Classification (EFC) and why is it different from other classifications?
The mission at the heart of our work on the European Fund Classification scheme is to help investors, and the wider European funds industry, to find and compare similar fund peer groups in a meaningful way. This mission is particularly relevant in an era of rising cross-border fund sales because the EFC enables investors and their advisers to compare funds across different European jurisdictions consistently.