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Today, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published the Mauritius Leaks which reveal how multinational companies, with the help
S&D Group achieved binding transparency rules for financial industry on the sustainability of investments
The European Parliament voted today to confirm the agreement on an ambitious report on implementing transparency and disclosure reporting on the
S&Ds say: No special treatment advocated by EPP-ECR-ENF alliance for MEPs in case of fraud suspicion.
The S&D Group welcomes the adoption in plenary today of the report on the revision of Regulation concerning investigations conducted by the European
S&Ds secure stronger surveillance of the financial sector and better consumer protection at the European level
The Socialists and Democrats led the drive for better rules to tighten financial supervision, which were approved by the European Parliament today.
S&Ds succeeded today to define the European Parliament's position on a new tool to reduce financial risks in Europe
The design of the new financial instrument called Sovereign Bond-Backed Securities (SBBS) was negotiated at the European Parliament, led by S&D MEP
The Socialists & Democrats Group welcomes the Council’s conclusions ‘Towards an ever more sustainable Union by 2030’ adopted this week. Recalling the
The Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament together with the PES Group in the Committee of the Regions are launching a new initiative
S&D Group Progressive Society, Res Publica Conference: Well-being for all in a sustainable Europe. OPENING REMARKS * FERNANDO MEDINA, Mayor of Lisbon
The European Personal Pension Product is a painted wall that was badly constructed: despite a number of improvements in consumer protection, PEPP still lacks a Pan European vision, say S&Ds
S&D Euro MPs today abstained in the final vote on the pan-European Personal Pension Product (PEPP) because the final comprise lacked a true pan