As Part of EU-US Trade Deal the European Commission Proposes Framework for Regulatory Cooperation in Financial Services

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On January 27, the European Commission published a report setting out a proposal for a framework for regulatory cooperation in financial services in the context of negotiations for an EU-US trade deal, known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

The EU intends to establish, within the TTIP framework, a process by which the EU and the United States are committed to working together towards strengthening financial stability. This cooperation would be based on a number of principles, backed by specific arrangements for the governance of the EU-US regulatory cooperation, guidelines on equivalence assessments and commitments to exchange necessary and appropriate data between regulators. Report.

 

Topics:  EU, European Commission, Trade Policy, TTIP

Published In: General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates

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