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The Single Supervisory Mechanism

A Practitioner's Guide

By: Klaus Lackhoff
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Published: 13-07-2017
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 304
ISBN: 9781509918300
Imprint: Beck/Hart
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £160.00

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About The Single Supervisory Mechanism

The Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) will be considered as a significant category in the Eurozone as of November 2014. Thus, the European banking architecture is fundamentally changed and adapted to the requirements of a European banking union.

- Purpose of the SSM and Basic Functioning
- Some Fundamental Questions.
- Governance Structure and Decision Making
- The Applicable Nouns and Procedural Law
- Determining the Significance of Credit Institutions and the Endowment of the ECB
- Tasks and Powers Relating to all Credit Institutions
- Tasks and Powers Relating to the On-Going Supervision of Significant Credit Institutions
- Enforcement and Sanctioning Powers
- Close Cooperation
- Supervisory Fees
- Contesting ECB supervisory decisions in front of the ABoR
- Contesting ECB
- Non-contractual liability of the ECB for ECB supervisory decisions
- SSM Regulation (SWOP) and the so-called Framework Regulation of the European Central Bank (FR) are the legal basis for the institutional and operational architecture of the SSM.


“[T]he book is the perfect tool to understand the functioning of the SSM... With an unparalleled degree of detail and systematic coverage, this book is also readable and understandable. It is a must-have for all those involved in this field of law.” –  Riccardo Sciaudone, European Commercial Law Observatory

“[T]his book is a must-read not only for practitioners of banking supervision, but also for legal scholars interested in the SSM and political scientists with a penchant for questions pertaining to institutional design.” –  Tobias Tesche, European University Institute, Journal of Common Market Studies

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