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MEPs on Thursday adopted their position on a scheme to help public investments in regions most hit by the ecological transition.

Recovery should reduce economic divergence and boost the EU’s long-term social and environmental targets, the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee said on Thursday.

MEPs welcomed explorations into digital forms of payment but voiced concerns about safety, inclusiveness and the stability of financial systems following the introduction of a digital euro.

MEPs on Monday evening quizzed the three bosses of the EU’s financial watchdogs, primarily on non-performing loans, Wirecard, Brexit and the pandemic effects on the financial sector.

MEPs called for simplified rules for SMEs, mid-caps and start-ups so that they can receive funding, in a non-binding resolution adopted on Thursday.

MEPs approved calls for a robust EU framework for crypto-assets, cyber resilience, data sharing and customer safety, in a non-binding resolution adopted on Thursday.

The Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee questioned Mairead McGuinness, the Irish candidate for the financial services portfolio, set to replace Phil Hogan.

The Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee will hold its hearing of Mairead McGuinness, Commissioner-designate for financial services and stability, on Friday 09.00-12.00.

MEPs on Monday quizzed ECB President Christine Lagarde on the state of the economy and raised both suggestions and concerns regarding the ECB’s current and future actions.

The Conference of Presidents (EP President and leaders of political groups) on Tuesday adopted the calendar of hearings of Mairead McGuinness and Valdis Dombrovskis.