FMLC has published its response to the Commission’s now-closed call for evidence on the EU regulatory framework for financial services (see FReD 2 October 2015). The response discusses core areas of financial regulation in which problems of inconsistency or unintended effects may arise, such as:

  • securitisation risk retention;
  • securitisation disclosure requirements;
  • indirect clearing requirements;
  • securities financing transactions;
  • bank recovery and resolution;
  • central clearing and bank resolution; and
  • benchmark reform.

(Source: FMLC Responds on EU Regulatory Framework for Financial Services)