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Financial markets „Accepting the challenge: A liberalism for tomorrow“
Lecture by Christian Lindner, German Federal Minister of Finance, at Princeton University on April 14, 2023
Financial markets #CL_explains: Combating financial crime
People who pay their taxes by the rules expect everyone else to do the same. What measures are we taking to fight money laundering? Why do measures to combat financial crime benefit everyone? We can explain!
Europe #EuroABC: European financial policy from A to Z
Who attends ECOFIN Council meetings? What do the abbreviations SURE, MFF and FTT stand for? What rules does the Tax Act Relating to Brexit contain? Our #EuroABC provides easy-to-understand explanations of key terms in the sometimes complicated world of EU finances, along with the fiscal policy priorities of the German Presidency – all from A to Z.
europe 2022 Franco-German Fiscal Policy Seminar
The next Franco-German Fiscal Policy Seminar (FPS) will take place in Berlin on 14-15 November 2022.
Public Finances 28th Subsidy Report 2019–2022
The federal cabinet adopted the federal government’s 28th Subsidy Report on 18 August 2021.
Financial markets A look ahead to the IMF and World Bank spring meetings
Finance Minister Christian Lindner is travelling to Washington, D.C., where the IMF and World Bank spring meetings are taking place from 12 to 14 April. Boosting economic recovery and growth is the top priority, says the German finance minister on the flight to the US.
G7 A look back at the Finance Track under Germany’s G7 presidency
At the end of 2022, Germany will hand over the G7 presidency to Japan. Which topics dominated the Finance Track under Germany’s G7 presidency? What did we achieve? German Finance Minister Christian Lindner answers these questions in his recap.
Public finances A resilient Germany is weathering the energy crunch: Guest article by Christian Lindner in the Financial Times
Government measures to encourage lower consumption are market-based and do not interfere with price signals
Public Finances A timeline: Measures to compensate for National Socialist Injustice
This brochure provides a chronological overview of the compensation and restitution measures that have been adopted by Germany from the end of the Second World War up to the year 2020. Many of the measures listed are accompanied by a brief description. Sources are also provided in order to facilitate more in-depth research.
About the FSC
The Financial Stability Committee (Ausschuss für Finanzstabilität) is the central body for macroprudential supervision in Germany. The purpose of macroprudential supervision is to limit systemic risks and strengthen the resilience of the financial system in a preventive manner. Macroprudential means looking at the stability of the financial system as a whole. To this end, the Financial Stability …