Commission proposal for a regulation on European crowdfunding services providers
Crowdfunding - 02 October 2019
The proposal for a regulation on crowdfunding, adopted by the European Commission in March 2018, will enable crowdfunding platforms to easily provide their services across the EU.
Platforms will have to comply with only one set of rules, both when operating in their home market and in other EU countries. For investors, the proposal will provide legal certainty as regards the applicable protection rules. To complement the new regulation on crowdfunding, the Commission has also adopted a proposal for a directive amending Directive 2014/65/EU on markets in financial instruments (MiFID 2).
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Report on Development and validation of template documents and contracts for the actors
With a view on the recent developments regarding the relevant legal framework in the context of the European Green Deal, this report shall serve as overview and guideline on how (energy efficiency/renewable energy) projects can be facilitated through private and public money under the ongoing process of updating the legal and regulatory framework.
CFs4EE Financing Schemes follow up report
The main objective of this report is to inform about the implementation of the CFs4EE financing scheme in the four different pilot countries/regions. In addition to describing the planned and revised schemes, the report also includes a section on next steps and commitments, as well as a brief assessment of the impact of the KPIs of the overall CitizEE project.
Register now for the second webinar; co-financing with citizens energy efficiency projects and renewable energy projects.
We’re excited to invite you to join us on June 3rd, for the second out of six webinars on capacity building for European public authorities that we are organizing as part of the ongoing CitizEE project.