New rules for a more attractive EU capital union

On Wednesday, the EU Commission presented a series of draft laws aimed at making the EU capital markets more attractive, autonomous and resilient. Specifically, the aim is to strengthen clearing systems in the Union and harmonize insolvency rules. Also relevant to strengthening the digital economy is the legislation on listing on public markets (Listing Act).

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