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- La finance possède une dimension d’intérêt général forte
- L’objet de la finance est de servir l’économie réelle
- Le transfert du risque de crédit à l’ensemble de la société est inacceptable
- Pour servir à la société, le capital doit être alloué à un usage productif de façon durable et transparente


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Finance Watch Conference on Sustainable Finance

mardi 3 octobre 2017 par charlotte [DOT] geiger [AT] finance-watch [DOT] org (Charlotte Geiger)
Accelerating EU leadership in sustainable finance Building financial systems for a sustainable future As the Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance prepares its final report, Finance Watch is pleased to announce a half day conference on building financial systems for a (...)

The insufficient role of EDIS in restoring trust in banks

lundi 25 juillet 2016 par reza [DOT] opdebeeck [AT] finance-watch [DOT] org (Reza Opdebeeck)
Financial stability is impossible if depositors do not trust their banks. In the global financial crisis, bank runs caused by panicking depositors intensified banks' liquidity shortages and caused spillovers to other sectors. The result was a decrease in lending, investments and production, and (...)

Comments on the current debate regarding bank bail-in and recapitalisation

mardi 19 juillet 2016 par reza [DOT] opdebeeck [AT] finance-watch [DOT] org (Reza Opdebeeck)
Finance Watch comments on the current debate regarding bank bail-in and recapitalisation BACKGROUND Recent news flow, in particular from Italy, and the forthcoming publication of the results of the EBA bank stress tests at the end of this month have reignited the debate about the need for (...)

Response to the BCBS consultation on the "Revisions to the Basel III leverage ratio framework"

mardi 19 juillet 2016 par reza [DOT] opdebeeck [AT] finance-watch [DOT] org (Reza Opdebeeck)
Finance Watch welcomes the agreement of the Group of Central Bank Governors and Heads of Supervision of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) to introduce the Basel III leverage ratio (LR) as a Pillar 1 measure by 1 January 2018. Download the response The build-up of excessive (...)

What we need is another financial system, not green niches

mardi 28 juin 2016 par charlotte [DOT] geiger [AT] finance-watch [DOT] org (Charlotte Geiger)
Last November, Finance Watch launched a demo website of its Citizens’ Dashboard of Finance (see press release). The Dashboard is an important complement to our work on the EU’s financial regulation agenda, whose disappointing outcomes so far show that the balance of interests is still heavily (...)

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