EU POLICY FOCUSED ROUNTABLE ORGANIZATION SERVICE

Dods is the Publisher of the Parliament Magazine and the leading media, communications and events business in Brussels. The Parliament Magazine regularly organises a number of events, including roundtables, conferences, debates and receptions on a range of topics. Of particular interest to AALEP members may be their 'Roundtables'. The Parliament Magazine runs dozens of 'Roundtables' or 'Fringe Events' every year.

PUBLIC POLICY ADVICE: AN EVOLVING ROLE

At the moment several trends can be detected within the public sector. The origin of these trends can be found in the ongoing introduction of public management methods and tools within the public sector. The government of the future will be an effective, cost-efficient and accountable government that delivers high-quality services.

POLITICAL ADVOCACY: WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT?

Political advocacy is the range of tools that enable a company,  a trade association or a non-profit organisation to participate in the policy making of the EU institutions.

Political advocacy is about:

PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY OF EUROFI

Eurofi is a Paris-based  European think tank with a presence in Brussels dedicated to financial regulation and supervision and a renowned platform for exchanges between the financial services industry and the EU and international authorities. The main objectives of Eurofi are to help industry and public decision-makers reach a common understanding of possible evolutions required in the regulation and supervision of financial services and to open the way to legislative or industry-driven solutions.

PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SWAPS AND DERIVATIVES ASSOCIATION (ISDA)

Since its founding in 1985, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association  with offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Washington DC, Brussels and Singapore has worked to make over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets safe and efficient

PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY OF THE ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (AIMA)

Founded in 1990, the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) headquartered in London is the global representative of the hedge fund industry. AIMA is the leading industry advocate, maintaining close dialogue with national and supranational policy making institutions, governments and regulatory agencies, providing responses to important regulatory and tax consultations and developing sound practices and industry guidance for its members.

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENTARY FINANCIAL SERVICES FORUM (EPFSF): FOR EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION AND DIALOGUE

The European Parliamentary Financial Services Forum (EPFSF) was founded in May 2000 to foster a dialogue between the European Parliament and the financial services industry. It provides a forum for an open and informal discussion of the policy issues affecting financial services.The forum does not lobby.

PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY OF THE PRIVATE EQUITY AND VENTURE CAPITAL ASSOCIATION (EVCA)

The EVCA is the voice of European private equity. Its membership covers the full range of private equity activity, from early-stage venture capital to the largest private equity firms, investors such as pension funds, insurance companies, fund-of-funds and family offices and associate members from related professions. EVCA counts 673 full members, 443 associate members, 32 Associations in Europe and 4 Associations non-Europe.
 

PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY OF THE EUROPEAN BANKING FEDERATION

The European Banking Federation (EBF) represents National Banking Associations from 31 countries 4.500 banks with 2.5 million employees: Verband Osterreichischer Banken und Bankiers (Austria); Belgian Bankers’ & Stockbroking Firms’ (FEBELFIN) (Belgium); Association of Banks in Bulgaria (ABB) (Bulgaria); Croatian Banking Association (Croatia); Association of Cyprus Commercial Banks (Cyprus); Czeck Banking Association (Czech Republic); Finansrådet (Denmark);  Estonian Banking Association (Estonia); Federation of Finnish Financial Services (Finland); Association Française des Banques (Fran

PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY OF THE EUROPEAN FINANCIAL SERVICES ROUNDTABLE (EFSR)

The European Financial Services Roundtable (EFSR) is modelled on the European  Roundtable of Industrialists (ERT) and similarly does not allow companies as members, but instead is made up of their chief executives. The EFSR currently has 22  members from some of the largest financial firms in Europe, most of them banks and insurance companies.

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