EU capital markets
Α constantly changing regulatory framework
The crisis was a catalyst for more and deeper harmonisation of EU
capital market rules, as an essential complement to the “European passport” for
the provision of financial services across the EU. A huge volume of EU legislation
was adopted at an unprecedented pace, extending the regulatory perimeter and
increasing the complexity of EU rules. Capital markets are under constant regu-
latory change, in response to needs that have become imperative in the current
juncture (inter alia, ensuring financial stability and market integrity, as well as a
level playing field), with a view to the creation of a single rulebook.
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