The European Commission doubles down on an integrated financial supervisory regime

Following moves towards a banking union (2012), the rupture of Brexit (2016) and major initiatives like MiFID II (coming to fruition in January 2018), the European Commission has announced its latest big idea: “Creating a stronger and more integrated European financial supervision for the Capital Markets Union.”
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