This page summarises the main positions taken by FEBEA on societal, environmental, economic and financial topics.
FEBEA LETTER TO EUROPEAN COMMISSION AND EIF ON EASI INSTRUMENTS
FEBEA calls for increased collaboration with the European Commission and the EIF on the EaSI financial instruments for Social Economy and Microfinance.
The Declaration was presented at the occasion of the FEBEA General Assembly in May 2019 at the initiative of our member Cooperative Bank of Karditsa, and today, in the context of the Covid crisis, is more relevant than ever.
SOLIDARITY TO THE SOCIAL ECONOMY SECTOR DURING THE COVID CRISIS
FEBEA joins Social Economy Europe and its members in sending an important message of solidarity from - and to - the Social Economy actors.
A TIME FOR SOLIDARITY: OPEN LETTER TO EU INSTITUTIONS
FEBEA has supported the Open letter of Social Economy Europe to the European institutions to call for solidarity during the crisis and for measures taking in account the social economy sector.
The letter underlines in particular how European financial instruments should be fully accessible for Social Economy organisations impacted by COVID19, also via a stronger cooperation with Ethical Finance actors in Europe.
ETHICAL FINANCE RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS
FEBEA members are mobilising to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak’s consequences at local and national level
EU SUSTAINABLE FINANCE PLAN: TRANSPARENCY IS NEEDED ON SUSTAINABLE AND NON-SUSTAINABLE ACTIVITES
FEBEA, in collaboration with GABV and several networks and partners, is monitoring the development of the European Taxonomy for sustainable finance, part of the Sustainable Finance Action Plan, which is a first, preliminary step towards a real change in the financial system
Open letter to Christine Lagarde
FEBEA, along with its member Banca Popoolare Etica and several partners, has signed to Open letter to Christine Lagarde to take concrete action to fight climate change.
stop top banking supervisors from moving to the finance lobby
FEBEA supports Change Finance and many civil sociey mouvements for the campaign to stop top banking supervisors from moving to the finance lobby.
RENEWAL OF The Social Economy Intergroup
The renewal of the Intergroup was supported by FEBEA and its members as part of the network fo Social Economy Europe.