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Access to finance

Securing access to business funding to develop the economy.

The European Commission’s action plan for a Capital Markets Union places corporate finance issues at the heart of the concerns of the European institutions. The need for corporate financing is a major issue in building a dynamic European economy. Large companies are the engine of growth in Europe and it is necessary to preserve their competitiveness by defining a regulatory framework conducive to their development. They would like to see more significant reductions in the administrative burden and the obligations (in particular information requirements) they are subject to. In the context of the Brexit, it is also essential that issues of competitiveness between the EU and third countries are better taken into account.


Lé Quang Tran Van
Director of Financial Affairs
lq.tranvan@nullafep.com

Lé Quang began his career in an audit firm before joining the French Securities Commission (COB), now the Financial Markets Authority (AMF), where he held various positions (Investigation Department, Corporate Finance Department, Regulatory Policy and International Affairs Department), taking part in the transposition of European Directives and the preparation of legislation and doctrine on financial matters. Lé Quang also worked as a regulatory Project Manager in the risks division of BPCE Group and as a consultant to listed companies. He is a graduate of ESSEC Business School.

Lé Quang Tran Van
Jérémie Pélerin
Director of European Affairs
j.pelerin@nullafep.com

Jérémie Pélerin joined AFEP in June 2012 as Director of European Affairs and manager of the AFEP office in Brussels. He is responsible for managing AFEP’s strategic relations with the European Union. In cooperation with the Paris team, he manages AFEP’s European lobbying actions, particularly corporate funding, taxation, corporate law and corporate governance, competition, international trade and investment. He has expertise both in lobbying and in European legislation and policies, acquired in the following roles: Senior Corporate and Public Affairs Manager at UNIFE (the European Rail Industry Association), Executive Secretary of Rail Forum Europe (a European Parliament intergroup on rail matters), Academic Assistant at the Collège d’Europe, Bruges. He is a graduate of the Collège d’Europe de Bruges and Sciences Po Paris.

Jérémie Pélerin