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Título: Strengthening the governance of national financial supervision in the EU : existing weaknesses and a proposal for reform
Autor(es): Christopher P. Buttigieg
Resumo: The paper is a contribution to the debate on the governance of financial supervision in Europe. It analyses the: [i] rationale for delegation of regulatory and supervisory powers to an independent supervisor; [ii] governance arrangements for independence and accountability of supervision; and [iii] institutional models for supervision at national level. The paper also examines the extent of the independence and supervisory capacity of national supervisors in Europe by reference to the financial sector assessment programme reports published by the International Monetary Fund and identifies the main weaknesses in the governance of financial supervisors, which also have a negative impact on supervision on a European scale. The paper makes recommendations for a mechanism to address these weaknesses
Publicado em: In: ERA Forum. - Trier. - V. 15, n.º 2 (jul. 2014), p. 197-227
Assuntos: Direito comunitário | Fiscalização da legalidade | Regulação | Supervisão
Veja também: Buttigieg, Christopher P.
Localização: PP.249 (CEJ)

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Título: A critical examination of the regulation of capital market integrity and the supervisory architecture in Europe’s smallest Member State
Autor(es): Christopher P. Buttigieg
Resumo: The paper examines the first fifteen years of capital market regulation in Malta. The central argument is that EU law on market abuse combined with the implementation of a single regulator, have strengthened Malta’s legislative framework in this field and the mechanisms for supervision and enforcement. Nonetheless, the establishment of the European Systemic Risk Board and the transfer of supervisory powers to the European Central Bank have made it important to reopen the debate on the institutional architecture for supervision in Malta. The paper recommends further study on whether Malta should follow the Irish model by integrating the single regulator in the central bank
Publicado em: In: ERA Forum. - Trier. - V. 17, n.º 1 (abri 2017), p. 5-30
Assuntos: Mercado de capitais | Banco Central Europeu | Supervisão financeira | Regulação financeira | Malta
Veja também: Buttigieg, Christopher P.
Localização: PP.249 (CEJ)

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Título: Strengthening mutual trust between European financial supervisor
Autor(es): Christopher P. Buttigieg
Notas: Bibliografia pág. 63-66
Resumo: This paper posits the view that mutual trust between national financial supervisors in the EU is presently weak. This has an impact on the level of cooperation and coordination between these supervisors, resulting in barriers to cross-border business and failures in the supervision of cross-border financial group structures. The central argument of the paper is that these serious concerns may be addressed if mutual trust between national financial supervisors is strengthened through specific measures, such as: (i) broader and better initiatives for supervisory convergence, including convergence of the institutional models for national financial supervision, preferably by more direct involvement of central banks in micro-prudential and conduct supervision; and (ii) the setting up of a European Academy for Financial Supervisors
Publicado em: In: ERA Forum. - Trier. - V. 18, n.º 1 (abril 2017), p. 41-66
Assuntos: Banco Central Europeu | Academia Europeia de supervisores financeiros | Supervisão financeira | Regulação financeira | Confiança mútua
Veja também: Buttigieg, Christopher P.
Localização: PP.249 (CEJ)