The Presidency has published the fourth package of Presidency compromise texts of the proposed Directive and Regulation on capital requirements rules (CRD 4), along with a report outlining how concerns raised by Member States have been addressed in order to achieve an agreement by June 2012. The Presidency has also had informal discussions with the European Parliament, with a view to facilitating an agreement at first reading. The Presidency has stressed the importance of pushing through the proposals by convening an extra meeting of Economics and Finance Ministers (ECOFIN) on 2 May. The EP's Economic and Monetary Committee (ECON) is expected to adopt its report on 14 May. (Sources: Presidency Compromise text for a Capital Requirements Directive, Presidency Compromise text for a Capital Requirements Regulation and Presidency Report on CRD 4 Outstanding Issues)