European Capital Markets Institute - ECMI

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DEFINITION of 'European Capital Markets Institute - ECMI'

An independent research institution that strives to spread information pertaining to European markets. The ECMI's main goals are to instigate discussions and debates on the subject of the European markets and to be a major contributor in the discussions on behalf of the research conducted at the Institute. The ECMI is managed by the Centre For European Policy Studies.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'European Capital Markets Institute - ECMI'

Some of the topics covered during the debates are efficiency, stability, liquidity, integrity, competitiveness and transformation. The ECMI is able to help the discussions along through newsletters, annual reports, statistics, commentary, policy briefs and research reports.

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