London, 27 June 2017 – In order to address the inefficiencies in the European capital markets, the European Union proposed a series of reforms to form a CMU that shall bring financial stability to the union. How difficult this is from an operational perspective? How it will conflict with and/or complement other regulations? And how much of a burden will it place on firms?
This report is based on the analysis of documents published by the European Commission about progress made toward the establishment of the CMU and of market participant and association responses to the progress documents.
This 37-page Impact Report contains 14 figures. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.
This report mentions Athens Exchange Clearing House, Athens Stock Exchange, Bats, BME Spanish Exchanges, BME Clearing, Borsa Istanbul, Bucharest Stock Exchange, Budapest Stock Exchange, Casa de Compensazione e Garanzia, CCP Austria, CDCP, Clearstream Banking, CME Clearing Europe, Cyprus Stock Exchange, Depozitarul Central, Deutsche Boerse, Eesti Väärtpaberikeskus, Eurex Clearing, Euroclear, Euronext, European Central Counterparty, European Commodity Clearing, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Iberclear, ICE Clear Europe, ICE Clear Netherlands, Interbolsa, Irish Stock Exchange, Keller CCP, KDD, KDPW CCP, LCD Latvia, LCVPD, LCH Clearnet, LME Clearing, London Stock Exchange Group, LuxCSD, Luxemburg Stock Exchange, Malta Stock Exchange, Monte Titoli Nasdaq, Nasdaq OMX Clearing, NYSE, OeKB OMIClear, Oslo Bors, SIX Swiss Exchange, VP LUX, VP Securities, Warsaw Stock Exchange, Wiener Borse, and Zagreb Stock Exchange.