Banking Union: one step forward, one step back

Olaf Scholz, Germany’s finance minister, was playing all of the right notes in his ode to the Banking Union this week. It is a shame they are still not in the right order.

  • By Tyler Davies
  • 07 Nov 2019

Scholz published a “non-paper” and wrote an opinion piece in the Financial Times on Tuesday arguing that European policymakers needed to “end the deadlock” and complete the Banking Union.

His boldest move was to offer up a new plan for how a common system of deposit insurance (EDIS) ...

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