Revisiter le paysage de l'épargne à  long terme en Europe

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Les fonds d’investissement européens, représentés par l’EFAMA   (European Fund and Asset Management Association) ont publié ce mois un rapport de 36 pages.

Les réflexions menées aboutissent ultimement à  8 recommandations principales : Trois d’entre elles concernent le système d’épargne à  long terme dans l’Europe, trois autres les petits investisseurs, et deux abordent la compétence des gestionnaires financiers.

Brussels – In a report published today by the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) 23 CEOs from some of the largest European asset management firms, pension funds, investment consultancies and investor associations, have set out their vision of what is required in practical steps to address the long-term savings challenge facing Europe, achieve transparent, efficient pan-European distribution of retail financial products and improve business practices and investor education.

The report – Revisiting the landscape of European long-term savings – A call for action from the asset management industry – outlines eight detailed recommendations to improve regulations for long-term savings, retail product distribution, financial education and business practices. The recommendations are intended to assist the industry, policy makers, and political representatives in ultimately achieving greater transparency, increased investor confidence and efficient savings solutions.

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