In this short comment piece Invest Europe shares various ideas on how to promote innovation across the continent through the support of private equity funds.
In this response Invest Europe commented on the issues posed by the SEC rules on Private Funds, arguing, in line with the American Investment Council, that rules are over-prescriptive and could affect the virtuous relationship between fund managers and investors.
In our feedback, we provide a number of suggestions to better ensure that entities with genuine commercial purposes will not incorrectly fall within the scope of the proposed Directive and be impacted unintentionally.
We are pleased to see that the EU implementation of OECD Pillar 2 on minimum taxation sticks very closely to the OECD agreement, including notably on the carve outs.
This joint paper prepared with Business Angels Europe (BAE) describes the importance of promoting venture and business angel investment in Europe, suggesting three initiatives in that regard: treating sophisticated investors more appropriately, encouraging taxpayers to acquire company shares anywhere in Europe and creating the right conditions for managers to set up EU retail funds
In this letter EFA, the association representing fintech entities, and Invest Europe jointly called policymakers to allow European Long Term Investment Funds to invest in fintechs.
EuropeanIssuers, the European Banking Federation and Invest Europe join forces to kindly request the European Commission an extension of the deadline for the consultation on the EU Listing Act, in line with the delays that have been approved for other CMU files. This would allow the industry to delivery a more thorough and data-driven response.
Invest Europe provided feedback to the International Accounting Standards Board on the Post-implementation Review of IFRS 9 – Classification and Measurement.
Invest Europe has provided input to the IPEV Board ahead of the upcoming review of IPEV Valuation Guidelines. In particular, we provide suggestions for how to incorporate ESG in the Guidelines.
In this latest letter to ESMA, Invest Europe expresses the industry’s outstanding concerns and uncertainties about the application of the SFDR/Taxonomy Regulation, and proposes some tailored, PE/VC specific questions and answers in light of the SFDR Q&A the European Supervisory Authorities are developing.
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