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FRC to hold a conference on the Capital Markets Union and Corporate Governance

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24 Jun 2015

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) will be holding a conference on 25 June 2015 entitled ‘Capital Markets Union and Corporate Governance: How can investor stewardship be enhanced in Europe?’.

The conference will bring together investors, industry leaders, companies, asset managers, auditors and regulators to consider the opportunities and threats from a European Capital Markets Union and how corporate governance and stewardship can be enhanced in Europe to facilitate efficient capital movements.

Speakers will consider key issues including whether the Capital Markets Union has the right focus, how the City can take advantage of a deeper and more diversified financial system in Europe, the risks of a unified European capital market, how it could complement the banking system in Europe, challenges for cross border stewardship and what the UK experience in developing its capital markets has to offer Member States.

The conference will be streamed live on the FRC’s website.

*Update 30 June 2015 - the transcript of a speech by Martin Wheatley, FCA Chief Executive, highlighting priorities for policy makers on the Capital Markets Union is available on the FRC website*

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