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Newsletter - EU Financial Reforms 23 December 2016

The multiple risks facing the year 2017
In the final edition of the Newsletter in 2016, Peter Wahl (WEED) explains how in the context of a growing zoo of black swans, the EU’s muddling through might raise more problems in 2017.

Myriam Vander Stichele ventures on a more in-depth analysis of the risks in the financial system and asks the question: who will act when the next financial crisis presents itself?

Moreover, this newsletter covers a recent publication on the Dutch banking lobby and a short overview of the EU's financial legislative agenda for 2017.

Happy holidays!

The EU Financial Reforms Newsletter team.
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Peter Wahl (WEED)

A Growing Zoo of Black Swans

In this editorial, Peter Wahl describes a world of increasing uncertainty and explains why muddling through will not solve the multitude of European crises.
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Myriam vander Stichele (SOMO)

Continuing risks to the financial system at the start of 2017

The 2016 moments of financial instability are rooted in several systemic risks that still threaten financial stability in 2017.
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Myriam vander Stichele (SOMO)

Dutch banks spend millions on lobbying

Dutch banks spend millions on lobby through their own channels, through interest groups like the Association of Dutch Banks (VNB) and through lobby organisations in the Netherlands, the EU and worldwide. 
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Myriam vander Stichele (SOMO)

The EU financial legislative programme: what’s next?

A short overview of the EU financial legislative agenda in 2017.
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Calendar of events

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For background to the official agenda of European institutions, see the following websites: January
1, Brussels: Start of Maltese presidency
12, Brussels: ECON meet
24-25, Brussels: First meeting of the EC’s High Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance
25, Brussels: ECON meet
26,  Brussels: EUROGROUP
27, Brussels: ECOFIN
Date t.b.d., Berlin (Germ): start of the C20 working group on reform the international financial system
 
February
6, Brussels: ECON meet
20, Brussels: EUROGROUP
21, Brussels: ECOFIN
27-28, Brussels: ECON meet
 
March:
9, Brussels: ECON meet
9-10, Malta (location t.b.d.): European Council with heads of state
17-18, Baden-Baden (Germ.): G20 meeting of Ministers of Finance and Central bankers
20, Brussels: EUROGROUP
21, Brussels: ECOFIN
22-23, Brussels: ECON meet
27, Brussels: ECON meet
 
April
7-8, Malta: Informal ECOFIN
 
May
22 Brussels: EUROGROUP
23, Brussels: ECOFIN
 
June
15, Brussels: EUROGROUP
16, Brussels: ECOFIN
19, Hamburg: C20 Dialogue Forum with Non-Governmental Organisations
22-23, Malta (location t.b.d.): European Council with heads of state
 
July
1, Brussels: Estonia presidency of EU starts
7-8 July, Hamburg (Germany): G20 summit with heads of state 
This newsletter has been produced with the support of grants from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Open Society Foundations and the Ford Foundation. The contents of this newsletter are the sole responsibility of SOMO and WEED and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the funders.
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