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Over the year, ALFI participates in numerous consultations issued by European Institutions and industry associations.


Updated on 12/02/13  
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Social Business Initiative : Promoting Social Investment Funds

- ALFI statements

On 13 July 2011, the European Commission published a consultation entitled the Social Business Initiative : Promoting Social Investment Funds. The consultation aims to explore whether a new bespoke social investment fund framework might be more effective at channeling funds to social businesses, and if so, what measures it might need to contain. To read ALFI’s response please click here

ALFI response to the European Commission consultation on financial sector taxation

- ALFI statements

In February 2011, the Commission launched a public consultation in order to receive stakeholder feedback on its initiative for the taxation of the financial sector. The Commission wanted (i) to test its assumptions and collect related evidence as regards the definition of the problems, (ii) to assess the impacts of the set of policy options and (iii) to consult on more detailed aspects of the feasibility and design of the policy option.

ALFI response to the European Commission consultation paper on legislative steps for the PRIP's initiative

- ALFI statements

ALFI responded to the European Commission’s consultation paper on packaged retail investment products (“PRIPs”). ALFI strongly support the creation of a level playing field through a cross-sectoral approach to the regulation of retail investment products, focusing in particular on pre-contractual product disclosure.  The rationale for the PRIPs initiative is a level playing field for investment products sold to retail investors in order to create a standard of investor protection. The UCITS framework embodied a high level of investor protection and the application of the UCITS disclosure standards to all PRIPs help retail investors to understand, compare and use product disclosure information in order to make informed investment

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