Today, on 30 June 2020, the Supervisory Board of Coop Finants AS, decided to extend the term of office of Mr. Rasmus Heinla, Management Board Member of the Coop Pank AS subsidiary Coop Finants AS, for a term effective as of the end of his previous term until 30.06.2023.
Coop Finants AS-i nõukogu otsustas täna, 30. juunil 2020, pikendada Coop Pank AS-i tütarettevõtte Coop Finants AS-i juhatuse liikme Rasmus Heinla volitusi järgnevaks kolmeaastaseks ametiajaks.
By a company announcement published on 15 June 2020, AS PRFoods (registry code 11560713, registered address at Pärnu mnt 141, 11314 Tallinn, Estonia; the “Issuer”) convened a meeting (the “Meeting”) of persons holding the notes (the “Noteholders”) of the Issuer, due on 22 January 2025 and bearing ISIN code EE3300001577 (the “Notes”), issued under the Terms[…]
15. juunil 2020 avaldatud börsiteatega kutsus AS PRFoods (registrikood 11560713, aadress Pärnu mnt 141, 11314 Tallinn, Eesti; edaspidi „Emitent“) kokku isikute (edaspidi „Võlakirjaomanikud“), kellele kuuluvad Emitendi võlakirjad lunastuspäevaga 22. jaanuar 2025 ja ISIN koodiga EE3300001577 (edaspidi „Võlakirjad“), mis on emiteeritud Emitendi tagatud võlakirjade emissiooni tingimuste, kuupäevaga 14. jaanuar 2020 (ning mida on muudetud 25. veebruaril 2020; edaspidi[…]
EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren today expressed regret and disappointment that the Commission’s report on the functioning of the Interchange Fee Regulation did not take account of the mounting evidence of massive rises in card fees not covered by EU regulation:
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Financial products that claim to be sustainable will have to prove it, following the European Parliament’s green light Thursday to new rules aimed at preventing ‘greenwashing’ and boosting green investments.
Speaking today, EuroCommerce Director-General warned of the consequences of the decision by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and Commission to maintain mandatory Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) by December 2020:
The European Commission opened a formal antitrust investigation Tuesday to assess whether Apple’s conduct in connection with Apple Pay, such as its terms and conditions, violates EU competition rules.
The European Commission published the 2020 convergence report Wednesday, in which it provides its assessment of the progress non-euro area Member States have made towards adopting the euro.