With our position papers we engage in political debates and expert discussions regarding capital market issues - representing the interests of our members. Each year, numerous and detailed positions cover the various areas of our work: the primary market, the secondary market, the governance of listed companies and the economic education.
Below you will find our position papers which focus on European legislation - mostly in English and partially in German language. All our positions including papers with focus on national topics you will find on our German website.
In the political guidelines for the next EU Commission Jean-Claude Juncker pledges to create a European Capital Markets Union in order to improve the financing of the European economy and in order to further integrate capital markets. This paper lays down Deutsches Aktieninstitut’s perspective on what should be the guiding principles of a proper functioning Capital Markets Union. Our key message is that the perspective on capital markets regulation has to be changed: capital markets, if properly regulated, are not an obstacle but a solution for growth. The new regulatory perspective should therefore better reflect the needs of non-financial companies seeking finance or risk management services. The paper illustrates the guiding idea with a number of recent or upcoming pieces of capital markets legislation.
Our topics at a glance: