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Towards a cashless society

The march towards a cashless society continues, in part because of public initiatives to combat the financing of terrorism, money laundering and tax evasion, in part because of the spread of new electronic facilities for payment. Many EU countries have already introduced restrictions on payments in cash, as this analysis shows: http://www.europe-consommateurs.eu/fileadmin/.../Limit_for_cash_payments_in_EU.pdf Now Greece is [...]

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Retail Financial Services – EU follow-up

Retail Financial Services. On the 10 October 2016, the European Parliament adopted a report and recommendations for action following the Green Paper on Retail Financial services published by the Commission on 10 December 2015. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-//EP//TEXT+REPORT+A8-2016-0294+0+DOC+XML+V0//EN&language=fr Three observations in that report can be highlighted: - there should be a simple “safe financial products” framework introduced across [...]

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European Pillar of Social Rights

European Pillar of Social Rights Detailed proposals to build a European Pillar of Social Rights are expected by March 2017. A Social Summit on “Fair Jobs and Growth” is scheduled in Gothenburg on the 17 November 2017, during the Swedish Presidency of the EU. The aim is to put social priorities at the top of [...]

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A conference on a European Pillar of Social Right

A conference on a European Pillar of Social Rights took place in Brussels on the 23 January 2017. How can change in the world of work be combined with better social outcomes – for example, decent job opportunities, more people in work, enough income to have a reasonable quality of life, social protection during job [...]

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Conference on Personal Insolvency – European Parliament – 7 Dec 2016

© Union Européenne 2016 Personal Indebtedness, EFIN &ADLE Conference, THE PRESENTATIONS, 7th December, EU Parliament Personal Indebtedness in the EU EFIN and the ADLE group support MEP Sylvie Goulard initiative for this conference dedicated to EU initiative to treat and to prevent over-indebtedness. [...]

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Personal Indebtedness in the EU – 7th Dec. Conference Up-dated program

7th Dec. Conference Up-dated program

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Commission proposes new approach to business insolvency in Europe : country specific fact sheet

The European Commission is for the first time presenting a set of European rules on business insolvency today. Well-functioning insolvency and restructuring systems are key to supporting economic growth. This initiative aims to enhance the "rescue culture" in the EU. It will allow companies in financial difficulties to restructure early on so as to prevent [...]

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Early restructuring and a second chance for entrepreneurs: A modern and streamlined approach to business insolvency

EU Fact Sheet - November 2016 Every year in the EU, 200 000 firms go bankrupt, resulting in over 1.7 million people losing their jobs. A well-functioning insolvency framework is essential to support growth and business creation. That is why the European Commission is putting forward modern and streamlined insolvency rules that will facilitate restructuring, [...]

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Commission proposes new approach to business insolvency in Europe: promoting early restructuring to support growth and protect jobs

On 22 November 2016 - Commission has adopted its proposal for a Directive on preventive restructuring frameworks, second chance and measures to increase the efficiency of restructuring, insolvency and discharge procedures. A copy of the proposal can be found HERE The proposal will be now negociated with the Member States and the EU Parliament: EFIN [...]

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On going consultation on the European Pillar of Social Rights

Public consultation on the European Pillar of Social Rights Objective of the consultation To make an assessment of the present EU social "acquis", determining the extent to which existing rights are practiced and remain relevant or whether and where new ways to deliver on these rights should be considered; To reflect on new trends in [...]

By | November 19th, 2016|Hot Topics, We Advocate|Comments Off on On going consultation on the European Pillar of Social Rights