With this letter Invest Europe calls the European Commission Executive Vice-President to take actions to protect all businesses, in particular start-ups, from the impact of the coronavirus crisis. The same letter was sent to Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager and Commissioners Paolo Gentilioni & Thierry Breton.
Invest Europe, on behalf of the PAE, supported a transatlantic industry response to the OECD's consultation on Country-by-Country Reporting (CBCR).
In this response we argue for a more appropriate interpretation of the risk of long-term equity investments, taking into their specificities and the role fund diversification plays in limiting the exposure of the insurers to the funds' underlying investments.
In this response we reiterated our general concerns with the scope of the Key Information Document Regulation (e.g. inclusion of sophisticated investors) and described the specificities of private equity (in particular on cost disclosure)
In this response, we detailed why the current treatment of "investments in private equity" and "investments in venture capital firms" as high risk exposures is inappropriate and how the future banking framework could better take into account the specificities of investments in unlisted equity funds.
Invest Europe, on behalf of the PAE and in conjunction with a global group of PE/VC associations, has responded to the OECD's consultation on the Global Anti-Base Erosion Proposal (“GloBE”) (Pillar Two).
In this response, we expressed concerns with the imposition, as part of the Market Abuse Regulation review, of overly cumbersome administrative and reporting requirements on infrequent recipients of market soundings such as private equity firms.
In this response we stress our concerns with the proposed Delegated Regulation defining the conditions for use of the different approaches to determine the market risk of a bank's investment in private equity.
On behalf of the PAE, Invest Europe responded to the consultation on the 'Unified Approach' under Pillar One of the OECD's digital tax work.
A Q&A document addressing the potential implications of the UK leaving the EU for private equity firms, their investors and their portfolio companies.
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