Exploring the boundaries between banking supervision and the Capital Markets Union (CMU)

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The current situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has placed the Capital Markets Union under the European spotlight once again.

One of the main reasons for the interest shown by economic institutions in the CMU are the benefits that its implementation will bring to the economy.

Of all the groups that have written about the CMU, we have to highlight the High Level Forum on the Capital Markets Union, which is an expert group composed of highly experienced industry executives and leading international experts and scholars established on 7 November 2020 by the EC. Its purpose is to propose targeted policy recommendations for future CMU actions, to ensure that citizens and businesses can access capital markets across the EU on equal terms and irrespective of their geographical location.

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