Many factors – changing economic/financial conditions, evolving demographics and regulatory as well as technological developments – will impact asset allocation in the coming years.
In anticipation of the changes, the Mid-Term Review of the Capital Markets Union Action Plan set out new priorities in a number of areas concerning asset allocation: i) fostering retail investment; ii) increasing long-term, infrastructure and sustainable investment; and iii) removing barriers to cross-border investment.
In order to contribute to the debate on this important policy issue, CEPS and ECMI invited relevant stakeholders – policy makers, industry representatives and academics – to take part in a special Task Force on “Asset Allocation in Europe: What challenges and opportunities lie ahead”. The main objective of this initiative is to substantiate the understanding about the need to facilitate European households’ access to savings products with stable returns over time, and to promote long-term investment through more capital markets-based financial intermediation across the EU.
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