On the 10th of January, European Investment Bank and European Policy Centre released a report titled Hidden Champions, missed opportunities: Mid-Caps’ crucial roles in Europe’s economic transition.
In December 2023, EFB contributed to the European Commission’s call for feedback on Administrative burden and the rationalisation of reporting requirements. You can find our contribution in the attached document.
The revision of the Late Payment Directive by the European Commission is important and timely. EFB’s full position can be found in the attached document.
European Family Businesses (EFB) would like to share our support for the statement released on the 19th of January 2023 by many prominent business organisations on the topic of the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence proposal. The business organisations echoed many of our concerns. In the following document, EFB stipulates points that we think should be […]
The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence (CSDDD) proposal, which is currently under discussion, seeks to ensure that the European Business Ecosystem takes human rights and environmental protection into everything it does. As such, it is an important proposal, the premise of which European Family Businesses (EFB) fully supports. However, upon analysing the proposal in greater depth; […]
European Family Businesses and our French Chapter METI together with KPMG Private Enterprise produced a report to analyse the situation with companies in Europe that are too big for the SME category and too small to be part of the large company category. This report seeks to recognise, promote and support the growth of mid-cap […]
In February 2021, VNO-NCW announced in its agenda for 2030 ‘Ondernemen voor brede welvaart’ thatthe business community would develop a Tax Governance Code. This Tax Governance Code should lead to more transparency on the tax position of Dutch listed companies and could, in future, be incorporated into the Corporate Governance Code. Taxes are a vital […]