Single supervisory authority for capital markets

Single supervisory authority for capital markets

We propose one single supervisory and resolution authority for capital markets (banking and non-banking). If the capital markets union is to work well, the non-banking regulators will need to be consolidated into one. Supervision to ensure good day-to-day regulation and resolution to allow markets to trust the capital markets can enable the better management of crisis. This, in turn should be framed within the idea of facilitating long-term investment in the real economy.


This proposal materialised from the discussions in the second Economic Affairs Roundtable at the Conference on the Redefinition of the European Mission.

This point, the delegates have agreed fits into the broader architecture that is going to be decided upon in the Union in the coming years, namely the 'Capital Markets Union' a further step to reinforce the single market and unite/harmonise national economies.

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