The European Commission green paper on long-term financing has been warmly welcomed by trade bodies. The National Association of Pension Funds, PensionsEurope and Investment Management Association all gave the consultation an enthusiastic reception.
The consultation is intended to start a debate on how to finance sustainable growth in Europe and puts pension schemes at the heart of this goal. The paper acknowledges that member states have traditionally...
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