Edited by Gianni Lo Schiavo
The European Banking Union and the Role of Law offers a comprehensive and unique examination of the European Banking Union’s (EBU) impact on existing legal disciplines and assesses the role of law in shaping the EBU framework.
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- The European Banking Union and the Role of Law
- Chapter 1: The European Banking Union and its impact on legal disciplines: a short introduction
- Chapter 2: The European Banking Union and the Economic and Monetary Union - A re-telling of Cinderella with an uncertain happy ever after?
- Chapter 3: The Banking Union in EU law: an EU institutional law perspective
- Chapter 4: The European Banking Union and EU administrative law
- Chapter 5: Accountability and democratic oversight in the European Banking Union
- Chapter 6: Banking Union and Brexit: the challenge of geography
- Chapter 7: The SSM and the ECB decision-making governance
- Chapter 8: Reflections on euro area banking supervision: context, transparency and culture from an institutional law perspective
- Chapter 9: The ECBs macroprudential tasks and home-host supervision in the SSM: tasks, powers and supervisory gaps
- Chapter 10: The ECB and its application of national law in the SSM
- Chapter 11: The SSM and the prudential regime of non-performing loans
- Chapter 12: The Single Resolution Mechanism and the EU crisis management tools
- Chapter 13: BRRD/SRM, corporate insolvency law and EU State aid - the trifurcated EU framework for dealing with banks in distress
- Chapter 14: Resolution framework and the protection of fundamental rights
- Chapter 15: Single Resolution Fund and Emergency Liquidity Assistance: status quo and reform perspectives on emergency financial support in the Banking Union
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