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Europe Economics was invited in February 2009 to express its views on regulation and regulators to the House of Commons Regulatory Reform Committee in connection with its inquiry into "Themes and Trends in Regulatory Reform". The Committee has now published its report, which may be viewed on-line.
Click to access the House of Commons Regulatory Reform Committee website.
To view the submission of Europe Economics click on 'WRITTEN EVIDENCE - VOLUME II (HC 329-II)' at the foot of the page, then click on 'Memorandum submitted by Europe Economics'.
A ground-breaking review of the role of credit intermediaries in the internal market and any possible consumer detriments arising from that role. This included the comparative study of the activities of mortgage intermediaries across the EU27.
Europe Economics' report for the FSAP Evaluation has now been published. Our work was based on structured interviews with a diverse mix of European financial services companies to obtain estimates of the cost of compliance with the selected directives (MiFID, CRD, 3AMLD, Transparency Directive, Financial Conglomerates Directive and Prospectus Directive). The study was completed in January 2009.
Principal Bob Young has his article published in Competition Law Journal in January 2009.
Report for unnamed client