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Financiering van de trans-Europese netwerken

01-02-2018

De trans-Europese netwerken (TEN's) worden ten dele gefinancierd door de Europese Unie en ten dele door de lidstaten. De financiële steun van de EU is bedoeld als katalysator; de lidstaten moeten het grootste deel van de financiering opbrengen. De financiering van de TEN's kan ook worden aangevuld met middelen uit de structuurfondsen en van de Europese Investeringsbank of met bijdragen uit de particuliere sector. In 2013 werd met de oprichting van de financieringsfaciliteit voor Europese verbindingen ...

De trans-Europese netwerken (TEN's) worden ten dele gefinancierd door de Europese Unie en ten dele door de lidstaten. De financiële steun van de EU is bedoeld als katalysator; de lidstaten moeten het grootste deel van de financiering opbrengen. De financiering van de TEN's kan ook worden aangevuld met middelen uit de structuurfondsen en van de Europese Investeringsbank of met bijdragen uit de particuliere sector. In 2013 werd met de oprichting van de financieringsfaciliteit voor Europese verbindingen een belangrijke hervorming in alle TEN's ingevoerd.

Interim Results on Capital Shortfalls Disclosed by the ECB Comprehensive Assessment: How Much Progress Has Been Made by Banks that Were Requested to Take Action?

27-03-2015

On 26 October 2014, the ECB presented the results of its comprehensive assessment, stating that capital shortfalls were detected at 25 out of 130 participant banks, in total amounting to €25 billion. Each of the banks concerned had to explain to the ECB within two weeks after the public disclosure of the results how those shortfalls could be addressed within at maximum period of nine months. The ECON committee is interested to know how much progress has been made with mitigating actions since the ...

On 26 October 2014, the ECB presented the results of its comprehensive assessment, stating that capital shortfalls were detected at 25 out of 130 participant banks, in total amounting to €25 billion. Each of the banks concerned had to explain to the ECB within two weeks after the public disclosure of the results how those shortfalls could be addressed within at maximum period of nine months. The ECON committee is interested to know how much progress has been made with mitigating actions since the public disclosure of the capital shortfalls. Given that the overall timeframe for addressing the capital shortfalls has not yet fully elapsed, one can so far only present interim results on the progress made. On the request of the ECON committee Professor Sascha Steffen reviews the progress made and will present the final results by October 2015. The note presents some interim results.

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Sascha Steffen

Interim Results on Capital Shortfalls Disclosed by the ECB Comprehensive Assessment: How Much Progress Has Been Made by Banks that Were Requested to Take Action?

27-03-2015

On 26 October 2014, the ECB presented the results of its comprehensive assessment, stating that capital shortfalls were detected at 25 out of 130 participant banks, in total amounting to €25 billion. Each of the banks concerned had to explain to the ECB within two weeks after the public disclosure of the results how those shortfalls could be addressed within at maximum period of nine months. Given that the overall timeframe for addressing the capital shortfalls has not yet fully elapsed, one can ...

On 26 October 2014, the ECB presented the results of its comprehensive assessment, stating that capital shortfalls were detected at 25 out of 130 participant banks, in total amounting to €25 billion. Each of the banks concerned had to explain to the ECB within two weeks after the public disclosure of the results how those shortfalls could be addressed within at maximum period of nine months. Given that the overall timeframe for addressing the capital shortfalls has not yet fully elapsed, one can so far only present interim results on the progress made. On the request of the ECON committee Professor Thomas Breuer reviews the progress made and will present the final results by October 2015. The note presents some interim results.

Externe auteur

Thomas Breuer

Asset recovery for Arab countries in transition

16-05-2013

Since the ousting of Hosni Mubarak and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the EU has frozen assets of 67 people suspected of concealing abroad state funds misappropriated in Egypt and Tunisia. But despite high-level political declarations sup¬porting the recovery of these assets, there seems to be little prospect of their swift return to the countries of origin.

Since the ousting of Hosni Mubarak and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the EU has frozen assets of 67 people suspected of concealing abroad state funds misappropriated in Egypt and Tunisia. But despite high-level political declarations sup¬porting the recovery of these assets, there seems to be little prospect of their swift return to the countries of origin.

NATO in the aftermath of the financial crisis

03-04-2013

Since the onset of the financial crisis, in 2008, NATO members have cut their defence budgets by billions of euros. Investment in equipment, and research and development has also been reduced. NATO allies face the choice of pooling and sharing certain capabilities at an international level or losing the capacity to act globally.

Since the onset of the financial crisis, in 2008, NATO members have cut their defence budgets by billions of euros. Investment in equipment, and research and development has also been reduced. NATO allies face the choice of pooling and sharing certain capabilities at an international level or losing the capacity to act globally.

Pooling and Sharing Austerity ? The Defence Agency's 2013 Budget

26-11-2012

2013 budget is again fixed to EUR 30.5 million. Council to EDA: 'do more and better - but with less!' The Council did not manage to establish a long term financial perspective for EDA. The EDA's budget comes from participating Member States' contributions and its progress t is hindered by the unanimity requirement for adopting it. The Council could make EDA a true Union agency funded from the Union budget. The strong and direct command and control of the EDA through the Member States' meeting in ...

2013 budget is again fixed to EUR 30.5 million. Council to EDA: 'do more and better - but with less!' The Council did not manage to establish a long term financial perspective for EDA. The EDA's budget comes from participating Member States' contributions and its progress t is hindered by the unanimity requirement for adopting it. The Council could make EDA a true Union agency funded from the Union budget. The strong and direct command and control of the EDA through the Member States' meeting in the Steering Board would remain. To support EDA, EP could propose to earmark revenue in 2013 to beef up EDA's operational budget.

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