ECB sets out Banking Union wish list

By Tyler Davies
12 Oct 2020

The European Central Bank has set out a plan for relieving tensions between ‘home’ and ‘host’ countries in the Banking Union. The plan relies on introducing stronger and more enforceable mechanisms of intragroup capital and liquidity support, which could then be linked with earlier intervention powers for the supervisor.

Andrea Enria, chair of the supervisory board of the ECB, set out his thoughts with fellow board member Edouard Fernandez-Bollo in a new blog post on Friday. 

The post described a plan to settle what is commonly known as the “home/host debate” in the EU Banking Union ...

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