Edited by Chiara Zilioli and Karl-Philipp Wojcik
Chapter 17: THE INVESTIGATORY POWERS, INCLUDING ON-SITE INSPECTIONS, OF THE ECB, AND THEIR JUDICIAL CONTROL
This contribution intends to describe the range of investigatory powers granted to the ECB to carry out the tasks conferred on it with the creation of the SSM. These powers embrace a very large scope but are also subject to a set of material conditions that are here analysed. Additionally, the rights and prerogatives enjoyed by credit institutions when being subject to the ECB’s investigatory powers are discussed. These elements form the core of what a potential review by the CJEU will focus on.
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