INSIGHT EU: EURO & FINANCE Telegram 26 July 2017


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# EMU: 

  • EU Commission Answer - State debt - E-003243/2017 +++ 
  • EU Commission Answer - German surplus - E-002340/2017 +++ 

# ECB: 

  • Latest MEP questions to the ECB: 
    • Question to the ECB - Obstacles to resolution - SSM Data Access - PE 609.355v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs +++ 
    • Question to the ECB - 2014 ECB Asset Quality Review - Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena - PE 609.356v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs +++ 
    • Question to the ECB - 2014 ECB Asset Quality Review - Banks under restructuring - PE 609.357v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Early intervention measures - PE 609.358v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Results of the ECB 2016 Asset Quality Review - PE 609.359v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Obstacles to resolution - PE 609.334v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Financial risks posed by Level 3 and Level 2 assets - PE 609.336v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Resolution of Banco Popular España - Moratorium Tool - PE 609.337v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Liability Data Reporting - PE 609.338v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Resolution cases in Spain and Italy - Obstacles to resolution - PE 609.339v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Obstacles to resolution - subordination - PE 609.354v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Resolution plans - PE 609.324v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Resolution of Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza - European public interest - PE 609.325v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Precautionary recapitalization - Decision on solvency - PE 609.326v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena - Restructuring Plan - PE 609.327v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Question to the ECB - Financial risks posed by Level 3 and Level 2 assets - PE 609.333v01-00 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
  • ECB: On secular stagnation and low interest rates: demography matters
  • ECB Letter of reply from Danièle Nouy, Chair of the Supervisory Board, to Dr Michael Meister, Parliamentary State Secretary, with respect to a credit institution under ECB supervision
  • ECB: Sabine Lautenschläger: Sabine Lautenschläger: 100 years of women’s suffrage – gender equality, freedom and democracy
  • ECB seeks to increase transparency of euro area pension fund sector
  • ECB appoints Hans-Joachim Klöckers and Massimo Rostagno as Directors General
  • ECB details approach to implement Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct

# BANKING UNION

  • What is the EU doing about regulating banks? [What is Europe doing for its citizens?] - EP - Research Service
  • EP Briefing - Overcapacities in the European Banking Sector - PE 602.098 - Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
  • State aid: Statement on agreement in principle between EU Commissioner Vestager and UK Government on Royal Bank of Scotland commitment

# ESMA

  • ESMA Library document - Comment letter to the IAASB on ISA 540 Auditing accounting estimates

# IMF

  • IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde Names Martin Mühleisen Director of the Strategy, Policy, and Review Department
  • IMF Working Paper No. 17/174 : Uphill Capital Flows and the International Monetary System
  • IMF Transcript of a Press Conference on the July 2017 World Economic Outlook Update
  • IMF Executive Board Approves Proposal for a New Policy Coordination Instrument
  • IMF Adequacy of the Global Financial Safety Net--Proposal for a New Policy Coordination Instrument

# BIS

  • Jens Weidmann: Exercising responsibility - how monetary union can be made future-proof


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