EU Commission aims to boost post-trade services

The European Commission said on Wednesday that it wants to bring down “remaining and new barriers” to integrating post-trade services across the European Union. It launched a public consultation, which will run until mid-November, and could be followed by legislative change next year.

  • By Jean Comte
  • 24 Aug 2017
The initiative is part of the Commission’s plan for Capital Markets Union, a wide-ranging strategy that aims at strengthening and reinforcing EU financial markets. “Efficient and integrated post-trade markets are a prerequisite for efficient and ...

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