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Capital Markets Union: Pinalawak ng Commission ang katumbas na limitado sa oras para sa mga central counterparty ng UK at naglulunsad ng konsultasyon para palawakin ang mga aktibidad sa central clearing sa EU

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The European Commission has adopted a decision to extend equivalence for UK central counterparties (CCPs) until 30 June 2025. This decision will ensure the European Union’s financial stability in the short-term. In addition, the Commission has also launched today a targeted public consultation and a call for evidence on ways to expand central clearing activities in the EU and improve the attractiveness of EU CCPs in order to reduce the EU’s overreliance on systemic third-country CCPs. The aim of this consultation is also to seek stakeholders’ views on changes to supervisory arrangements for EU CCPs. More attractive, and better supervised, EU CCPs will enhance the benefits of the Single Market for EU financial market participants and EU businesses. Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union Commissioner Mairead McGuinness said: “Ensuring financial stability and further developing the Capital Markets Union are our key priorities. Central clearing parties (CCPs) play an important role in mitigating risk in the financial system. The Commission plans to come forward with measures to reduce our excessive dependence on systemic third-country CCPs, and to improve the attractiveness of EU-based CCPs while enhancing their supervision. We call upon all relevant stakeholders to engage in the consultation being launched today.” Today’s decision follows the statement of the Commissioner on 10 2021 Nobyembre nagmumungkahi ng extension. Ang iminungkahing paraan na ito ay nagbibigay ng balanse sa pagitan ng pagpapanatili ng katatagan ng pananalapi ng EU sa maikling panahon at pagbuo ng isang malakas at mapagkumpitensyang Capital Markets Union sa mga darating na taon. Higit pang impormasyon ay makukuha sa aming pahayag.

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