EPIF is delighted to share with you its joint paper with AFME, ISDA and FIA on the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence. The paper highlights the serious challenges faced by financial institutions if the obligations are applied beyond their upstream supply chain to their relationships with corporate clients or trading counterparties in their downstream value chain. [...]
EPIF is delighted to share with you the joint statement on the due diligence proposal (CS3D). The European Commission's efforts on an EU due diligence framework are very much supported but need a sense of realism, proportionality and workability. This joint statement brings together a number of recommendations and concerns shared by the business community [...]
Given the ongoing investigation by the European Central Bank on a possible Digital Euro, EPIF is delighted to share its written feedback to the first European Retail Payments Board Digital Euro Focus Session with the non-bank payment sector. The first and foremost priority is to know the design of the Digital Euro, on which the [...]
EPIF Letter on European Commission’s proposal for ICT operational resilience in the financial services sector
EPIF is delighted to share with you a letter that was sent to Financial Services Attaches expressing our views on the European Commission’s proposal for ICT operational resilience in the financial services sector. While our members believe that DORA is seen as a good initiative to streamline the ICT operational resilience requirements across the entire [...]
Please find below EPIF's response to the Commission's consultation on digital operational resilience framework for financial services .
EPIF is glad to share its response to the consultation on the Green Paper on Retail Financial Services. EPIF strongly supports a single market in payments although the diverse business models of payment institutions needs to be taken into account also from a regualtory perspective.