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Effective Legal Protection in Banking Supervision
Effective Legal Protection in Banking Supervision

Effective Legal Protection in Banking Supervision

An analysis of legal protection in composite administrative procedures in the Single Supervisory Mechanism.

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Europen Administrative Law Series

LAW

382 Pages, 6.5 x 9.5

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $89.00 (US $89.00) (CA $108.00)

Publication Date: May 2021

ISBN 9789462512528

Rights: US & CA

Europa Law Publishing (May 2021)

Price: $89.00
 
 

Overview

This book provides an in-depth analysis of the effectiveness of legal protection in the composite procedures in place within the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), established to ensure an effective prudential banking supervision within the euro area. This system, in which the European Central Bank and national prudential banking supervisors closely cooperate, results in a far-reaching shared administration entailing supervisory decisions based on complex composite administrative procedures which involve both EU and national legal orders. The current system of legal protection seems not yet fully-fledged to the reality of increasingly far-reaching forms of shared administration for the implementation of EU law. This book addresses the tension between ensuring effective supervision, by means of a shared administration, and ensuring effective legal protection in composite administrative procedures. To arrive at a meaningful discussion of the SSM’s far-reaching shared administration, it categorizes the composite procedures in place within the SSM in such a way that other shared administrations in fields of law such as the European Structural Funds, fisheries, and the Single Resolution Mechanism may also benefit from its insights. The book not only discusses the challenges for the effectiveness of legal protection within the SSM, but also seeks to provide solutions within the current EU system of legal remedies and procedures as well as possible long-term solutions.

Author Biography

Laura Wissink started her career as a lawyer in a large Dutch law firm specializing in the fields of corporate law and European and competition law. From 2010 to 2017 she worked at De Nederlandsche Bank (the Dutch central bank), holding various positions in the policy and legal departments. Since 2017 she has been focusing on her PhD research, resulting in this publication. Laura Wissink authors several blogs on EU banking supervision and her papers on the subject have been published in both Dutch and international journals.