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26-04-2018 09:00 - Combat of Money Laundering in the EU banking system

Audiencia - TAX3
Public Hearing of the Special Committee on Financial Crimes and Tax Avoidance (TAX3) on "Hearing on "Combat of Money Laundering in the EU banking system" of 26 April 2018

After its constituent sitting last 22 March 2018, the Special Committee on Financial Crimes, Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance (TAX3) initiates its activities on 26 April with a public hearing on "Combat of Money Laundering in the EU banking system".

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The aim of the hearing is to acquire a more complete and detailed understanding of the risks posed by money laundering in the EU banking sector with a view to improving the supervisory system and reducing these risks.

The hearing will thus be structured in two panels, the first devoted to examining the money laundering risks in the EU banking sector through selected examples of financial institutions which have recently raised concerns of money-laundering, and the second to evaluating the way in which checks and controls should be strengthened at EU and national level to reduce money-laundering risks.

Representatives of European institutions, such as the European Banking Authority, the Single Resolution Board and the Supervisory Board at the European Central Bank, of the US FinCEN, of national financial supervisors and financial intelligence units, and of banks presenting money-laundering concerns, have been invited to take part at the hearing.

Ubicación: József Antall (JAN) 4Q1
Última actualización:: 23-04-2018

15-05-2018 09:00 - The Implementation of the Data Protection package - At the eve of its application

Otro acto - LIBE
ICM Data protection

The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs is co-organising with the Legislative Dialogue Unit of the Directorate for National Parliaments an Interparliamentary Committee Meeting on the Implementation of the Data Protection package at the eve of the entry into force on Tuesday, 15 May 2018, from 9h00 to 12h30 and 14h00 to 17h30, at the European Parliament in Brussels.

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With this one-day event, Members of the National Parliaments of the EU Member States will have a unique opportunity to exchange views and best practices with Members of the EP, the representatives of the EU institutions, bodies, law enforcement authorities, intergovernmental organizations, SMEs and the IT specialists on a topic which combines competences at all levels of governance in the EU.

The EU General Data Protection package is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. The new proposals are designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to protect and empower all EU citizens' data privacy and to reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy. The aim of the GDP package is to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches in an increasingly data-driven world.

Última actualización:: 24-04-2018

16-05-2018 13:30 - EU sanctions against Russia: What next?

Otro acto - EPRS
Sanctions against Russia

Four years after sanctions were adopted in spring and summer 2014, the debate continues. In June 2018, EU leaders will decide whether or not to extend economic sanctions for another six months. Meanwhile, the US has adopted additional sanctions of its own. Are sanctions having a significant impact on Russia? Does it make sense to keep them in place? Are there any signs that Russia is reconsidering its support for Donbas separatists?

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  • Othmar KARAS, MEP, Chair, Delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee
  • Eric PETERS, Antall József Knowledge Centre
  • Prof. Dr. Irina BUSYGINA, National Research University 'Higher School of Economics' in Saint Petersburg
  • Fernando ANDRESEN GUIMARÃES, Head of Division Russia, European External Action Service
  • Martin RUSSELL, Policy Analyst, Members' Research Service, EPRS

Moderator: Monika NOGAJ, Acting Head, External Policies Unit, EPRS

Ubicación: Library Reading Room, 5th floor, Altiero Spinelli Building (ASP 05D)
Última actualización:: 10-04-2018


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