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BSN surpasses banking agent target
Malaysian WSBI member Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN) has surpassed its target ...
Swedbank biggest bank in Latvia
Swedish ESBG Member Swedbank is the largest bank operating in Lativa in terms of assets....
ESBG Statement on Financial Transaction Tax
ESBG is concerned regarding the ongoing discussions on the possible introduction of a financial tran...
Ugandan WSBI Member Pride Microfinance opens new headquarters
Pride Microfinance Limited has opened a Shs 6.8bn home in Bukoto...
Next generation of Cash machines for Caixabank
CaixaBank is set to invest 500 million euros in rolling out the next generation of cash machines ha...
Representative of German savings banks group member of ESMA Secondary Markets Standing Committee
Daniel Kapffer, COO Capital Markets and Asset management of Dekabank...
WSBI present at Microcredit Summit in Mexico
Charbel Jorge Estefan Chidiac, President of the WSBI Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Group...
ESBG Response to the European Commission Public Consultation on the Review of their 2011-2014 Strategy on Corporate Social Responsibility
At the kind invitation of MEP Othmar Karas, ESBG organized a lunch at the European Parliament in Strasbourg to discuss the specificities and priorities of Europe’s retail and savings banks. An overview of our positions can be found here.
ESBG is concerned regarding the ongoing discussions on the possible introduction of a financial transaction tax (FTT) on fixed income instruments, FX instruments and equity.
The June issue of News and Views is available. Learn how a new European Parliament can renew trust in the European banking industry, read why mobile money is no single cure to all financial inclusion woes and learn many more interesting topics.
ESBG has deep concerns over a range of dispositions in the Commission's proposal to revise the Payment Services Directive,
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