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This paper outlines two major regulatory initiatives that are expected to have a substantial impact on the European banking industry and the supply and demand of financial services throughout the European Union. The first initiative is the EU's Financial Services Action Plan (FSAP), approved in 1999 with a calendar of actions to be finalised by 2005. The FSAP aims to review the existing regulatory framework, to adapt it to the demands of single financial markets in order to promote a more integrated and efficient European financial services marketplace. The second regulatory development to be discussed in this paper relates ...
We find comical that some Euro politicians like Mr. Axel Weber openly defend a strong Euro. The survival of the Euro as a currency, ironically, lies on its flexibility to be devalued! Please, click here to read this article in pdf format: may-6-2010 We wanted to publish our letter yesterday, but given the volatility in the markets, we thought it would be more appropriate to let 24 hrs. pass by before publishing. We will mince no words here: We were surprised by the markets’ reaction in the past two days. This action has turned us into contrarians. We “disagree” with the action seen since ... Read More
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