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CLOSING REMARKS BY DR MICHAEL PULCH

At Inaugural EU-Asia-Pacific Forum on Financial Regulation

Level 30, Monetary Authority of Singapore Building,

Friday, Oct 14. 11.40am

 

Good morning, Ladies and Gentlemen,

 

First of all, I extend my appreciation and thanks to the Monetary Authority of Singapore for hosting this conference and the inaugural EU-Asia-Pacific Forum on Financial Regulation.

Regulators from the European Union (EU) and the Asia-Pacific region were hosted by the Monetary Authority of Singapore at the inaugural EU-Asia-Pacific Forum on Financial Regulation (Forum) on 14 October.

OPENING REMARKS REMARKS BY DG OLIVIER GUERSENT

At Inaugural EU-Asia-Pacific Forum on Financial Regulation

Level 30, Monetary Authority of Singapore Building,

Friday, Oct 14. 9.30am

 

Ladies and gentlemen,

 

Thank you. My thanks, in particular, to the Monetary Authority of Singapore for hosting this conference and the first meeting of the EU-Asia Pacific Forum – the first of a steady series, I hope.

The European External Action Service (EEAS), represented by the Head of the Delegation to Australia, is planning to award the service contract referred to above.

If you are interested in this contract, you should register your interest by email no later than 4.00pm on Tuesday, 1 November 2016 to delegation-australia-tenders@eeas.europa.eu and request an appointment for a site visit at the Delegation, if required.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) hosted regulators from the European Union (EU) and the Asia-Pacific Region at the inaugural EU-Asia-Pacific Forum on Financial Regulation (Forum) for the first time on 14 October 2016

The European Union has welcomed the agreement reached in Kigali, Rwanda, on a global phase-down of climate-warming hydrofluorocarbon gases (HFCs). These manmade substances which are used mainly in refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, have a global warming effect up to 15,000 times greater than carbon dioxide and are the fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions.

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