The European Association of Public Banks, EAPB, welcomes the possibility to provide feedback on the Draft Commission Notice on the recovery of unlawful and incompatible State aid. As National and Regional Promotional Banks and institutions (NPB) EAPB members perform a public mission of fostering economic development and social cohesion. They act on the basis of a public mandate -defined by lawand support their competent authorities’ socio-political objectives. They thus often also play a key role in granting State aid.Download
In this paper, AECM, EAPB, ELTI, NEFI and SMEunited (in the following “the Stakeholders”) would like to contribute to the ongoing legislative procedure regarding the proposal for a regulation establishing the InvestEU Programme and more precisely to the SME-related aspects of the InvestEU Fund.Download
We welcome the opportunity to comment on the European Commission proposals and ideas on improving FIU cooperation and strengthening Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) supervision at EU-level. Acknowledging the seriousness of the current money laundering cases we believe that these cases are based – insofar as this can be judged – not on regulatory, but on enforcement deficiencies of the competent authorities.Download
With this paper the European Association of Public Banks (EAPB) and the European Association of Guarantee Institutions (AECM) would like to express their views on the newest developments in the negotiations concerning the regulation proposal for the InvestEU Programme 2021-27.Download
The European Association of Public Banks (EAPB) is presenting this paper commenting on the amendments tabled by Members of European Parliament to the Draft Report to the regulation proposal establishing the InvestEU Programme in the MFF 2021-27. Since some 800 amendments were tabled to the ECON & BUDG Secretariat, the EAPB is offering short, summarizing comments from the perspective of national and regional promotional banks or institutions (NPBIs) foreseen to become the implementing partners of this programme.Download
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