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28 Jun The 4th AML Directive

  By Mr. Alexios Kartalis   The EU has developed since many years an AML framework, with the submission of relevant directives. These directives have been transposed to national legislation in the member States. Currently the 3rd AML Directive is in place (2006/70/EEC). However, and despite the substantial...

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09 Jun Multi-venue trading increases liquidity in EU equity markets despite duplicate orders, ESMA says

  The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued this week an economic report on order duplication and liquidity measurement in EU equity markets. Order duplication means that traders replicate the same order on multiple trading venues at the same time. The report, which takes into...

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17 May Governance, Risk Management, Compliance, and Ethics (GRCE)

In today’s complex and demanding operating environment, an organization must be able to exploit the synergies coming from an inter-disciplinary approach so that stakeholders ever-increasing expectations can be met. Few disciplines complement each other as effectively as governance and risk management – particularly when applied enterprise...

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05 May European Commission supports crowdfunding as alternative source of finance for Europe’s start-ups

The European Commission published a report on crowdfunding in the European Union capital markets, concluding that crowdfunding remains relatively small among member states.  Supporting innovative ways of connecting savings to growth and diversifying the funding sources for European businesses is crucial to improving growth and...

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