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Capitalising on Brexit? Charting the next phase of European Capital Markets Union

Scott Lavery

Although the UK embraced Capital Markets Union (CMU) in its early stages, it also strongly resisted attempts to enhance EU-level supervisory powers. Brexit could now see the CMU agenda develop further – but not in the way the UK had initially anticipated Since its launch in 2014, Capital Markets Union (CMU) has become a flagship initiative of the European Union. … Continue reading

25 October 2017 by
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European Union Financial Regulation, Banking Union, Capital Markets Union and the UK – New SPERI Paper

As part of the project on Diverging Capitalisms with FEPS and Policy Network, we are pleased to publish a new paper by Professor Lucia Quaglia which analyses the EU reforms in three key financial policy areas – financial regulation, Banking Union and Capital Markets Union – and the role played by the preferences and influence of the United Kingdom (UK) … Continue reading

25 January 2017 by
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