Investment managers, acting on behalf of their retail and institutional clients, are among the largest investors in financial markets. They represent a key component of the market’s “buy-side” segment.
In representing the interests of its members on wholesale capital market issues, EFAMA advocates for fair, deep, liquid, and transparent capital markets, supported by properly regulated and supervised market infrastructure.
EFAMA feedback on TEG's interim report on EU climate transition benchmarks (EU CTBs) & EU Paris aligned benchmarks (EU PABs)
EFAMA's reply ESMA’s CP on Guidelines for reporting under Articles 4 & 12 SFTR
EFAMA's reply to BCBS Consultative Document on Revisions to Leverage Ratio Disclosure Requirements
3 questions to Agathi Pafili on CSDR
Q #1 What is the CSDR’s Settlement Discipline Regime (SDR) and what does it seek to achieve?
An appropriately constructed Consolidated Tape could help to build deeper and more open capital markets in Europe
EFAMA and EFSA welcome the publication of a Market Structure Partners Study on the Creation of an EU Consolidated Tape which addresses the challenges, demand, benefits and proposed architecture for consolidating European financial market data.
Speech by Tanguy van de Werve at CMVM Annual Conference on 8 October 2020
CMVM 2020 Conference – 8 October 2020
3 Questions to Christophe Binet on LIBOR Transition
Q #1 When will LIBOR phase out and which rates will be replacing it?
Global Memo: Benchmark Data Costs
A key purpose of the financial system is to allocate capital and risk in a manner that supports sustainable economic development and growth, including through the provision of financing, investment and hedging products. Financial benchmarks/indices are fundamental to the functioning of financial markets and are widely used in both retail and wholesale markets. In particular, benchmarks are a valuable tool helping market participants to set prices, measure performances, or work out amounts payable under financial contracts or instruments.