EC’s fresh push for Capital Markets Union seeks unified data platform
The European Commission released a new action plan for its Capital Markets Union project on Thursday, prompting many observers to urge the EU to crack on with the proposals, after the CMU has taken years to implement.
“The coronavirus crisis has injected real urgency into our work to create a Capital Markets Union," said Valdis Dombrovskis, the Commission's executive vice-president for 'an economy that works for people'.
Some observers are not feeling the urgency. The new action plan is built on one released in 2015.However, the prism ...