The French Banking Federation (FBF) has indicated that the key challenge for the future European commission on financial services must be to promote the funding of the European economy.
The aftermath of the financial crisis brought with it a plethora of regulations to reinforce the solidity of the banking industry.
Finance ministers have just announced the gradual introduction of a tax on European financial transactions (TEFT) in eleven Member States of the European Union.
The French Banking Federation (FBF) is pleased to note that the European Parliament was able to pass several important bills at the last plenary session of the current parliament, prior to European elections. These passages are a milestone in setting up a more solid and transparent banking and financial system.
The French Banking Federation (FBF) welcomes a new issuer, Euro Secured Notes Issuer (ESNI), which has issued its first Euro Secured Notes (ESN) today.
The FBF publishes its report summing up the 2013 banking year. It mentions updated main figures for the French banking sector.
Management-report-FBF-2013.pdf [4610 ko]