European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI),
Definition of European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI):
The European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) states its mission as being to inform policy on European capital markets. In pursuit of this, it conducts independent research and informs debate and policymaking on a broad range of issues relevant to capital markets. Its main research areas are: financial integration and stability, capital markets efficiency and integrity, trading and post-trading market infrastructures, corporate financing, retail and institutional investment, asset management, and financial technology (fintech). ECMI publishes commentaries and briefs, as well as working papers and in-depth research reports. ECMI has also published a number of books. It also maintains a comprehensive statistical database on European and global capital markets.
The European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) is an independent research institution that performs and disseminates research on European capital markets and related issues, with a focus on policy. The ECMI was founded in 1993. It is managed by the Centre For European Policy Studies (CEPS).
A type of entity that is managed by the Centre for European Policy Studies and that operates independently and performs research related to European markets as well as initiates debates and discussions regarding European markets.
Meaning of European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) & European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) Definition