IEU Euro & Finance Telegram 12 July 2019

Our telegram headlines today*: 

ESM: 

  • ESM and AIIB sign agreement to strengthen cooperation +++ 

PORTUGAL: 

  • IMF Executive Board Concludes 2019 Article IV Consultation with Portugal +++ 
  • IMF: Country Report No. 19/222 : Portugal : Selected Issues +++ 
  • IMF Country Report No. 19/221 : Portugal : 2019 Article IV Consultation-Press Release; Staff Report; and Statement by the Executive Director for Portugal +++ 

SLOVAKIA: 

  • IMF Country Report No. 19/220 : Slovak Republic : 2019 Article IV Consultation-Press Release; Staff Report +++ 

ECB

  • ECB: Supervisory Banking Statistics - First quarter 2019
  • Question to the ECB - Bailout of Banca Monte Paschi - PE639.654v01-00

BANKING UNION

  • European Banking Federation: The financial agenda for the next week

EBA

  • EBA reports on the monitoring of the LCR implementation in the EU
  • Latest Q&A published by the EBA

CAPITAL MARKETS UINION

  • CER on the capital markets union: Should the EU shut out the City of London?

ESMA

  • ESMA launches consultation on cost of market data and consolidated tape
  • ESMA consults on disclosure guidelines under the Prospectus Regulation
  • ESMA updates its Q&As relating to the Prospectus Regulation
  • Consultation on Draft Guidelines on disclosure requirements under the Prospectus Regulation
  • Consultation Paper on Guidelines on prospectus disclosure
  • Response form consultation on Guidelines on disclosure requirements under the Prospectus Regulation
  • ESMA: MiFID II/MiFIR review report on the development in prices for pre- and post-trade data and on the consolidated tape for equity instruments
  • Further documents published by ESMA
  • ESMA updates the ESEF Reporting Manual
  • ESMA publishes responses to its Call for evidence on position limits in commodity derivatives
  • ESMA publishes report on the licencing of FinTech firms across Europe
  • Report on the Licensing of FinTech business models
  • ESMA updates its Q&As on MiFID II and MiFIR market structure and transparency topics
  • ESMA warns CFDs providers on application of product intervention measures
  • ESMA Statement Product Intervention
  • Public Statement MiFIR DTO
  • ESMA addresses derivatives trading obligation concerns following entry into force of EMIR Refit
  • ESMA publishes responses to its Consultation on indices and recognised exchanges under the CRR

EIOPA

  • EIOPA consults on increased proportionality of supervisory reporting and public disclosure
  • EIOPA consults on the harmonisation of national insurance guarantee schemes

IMF

  • Working Paper No. 19/150 : International Fiscal-financial Spillovers: The Effect of Fiscal Shocks on Cross-border Bank Lending

BIS

  • Latest publications by the BIS
  • Unintended consequences of unemployment insurance benefits: the role of banks
  • Philip Lowe: Remarks at Darwin Community Dinner
  • Guy Debelle: FX Global Code
  • Klaas Knot: Mortgage interest tax deduction in the Netherlands - a welcome relief
  • John C Williams: A tale of many economies
  • Lael Brainard: Perspectives on the economy from Scranton
  • Yukitoshi Funo: Economic activity, prices, and monetary policy in Japan
  • Mark Carney: Sea change
  • Masayoshi Amamiya: Should the Bank of Japan issue a digital currency?
  • François Villeroy de Galhau: New frontiers in finance
  • Statistical Analyst
  • Jerome H Powell: Welcoming remarks - "Stress Testing: A Discussion and Review"
  • Carolyn Wilkins: Release of the Monetary Policy Report
  • Klaas Knot: Progress on the resolvability of GSIBs - the FSB perspective
  • Carlos da Silva Costa: From imperative to urgency - investment for social inclusion
  • Elisa Ferreira: Banking Union - crossing an unstable bridge
  • Luís Máximo dos Santos: Banking conduct supervision - importance and key challenges
  • Burkhard Balz: Digital transformation - a central bank perspective
  • Burkhard Balz: Closing remarks - "Strengthening the National Bank of Belarus"
  • Javier Guzmán Calafell: Some considerations on central bank digital currencies
  • Dimitar Radev: Achieving the financial stability objective through macroprudential measures cannot be sustainable without understanding the financial cycle
  • Jon Cunliffe: Housing tools revisited
  • Ravi Menon: Monetary Authority of Singapore's Annual Report 2018/19
  • Tharman Shanmugaratnam: Banking liberalisation's next chapter - digital banks
  • Ravi Menon: The wellness of investing - eating well, sleeping well, feeling well
  • Why have interest rates fallen far below the return on capital


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