NORMATIVE REGULATION OF BANKING UNION IN EUROPEAN MONETARY LAW

Marko Dimitrijevic

DOI Number
10.22190/TEME1702517D
First page
517
Last page
528

Abstract


The subject of analysis in this study is the identification and analysis of the normative framework of a future banking union in the Economic Monetary Union. In this sense of the word, the research emphasis is on the issues concerning the need for establishment of a banking union, the prerequisites that must be met in both the national and the EC law, the advantages and disadvantages of using this supranational coordination mechanism of economic policy and its functions in terms of financial and economic disorders. In next paragraph, attention is paid to the new tasks of the main EU institutions in the process of implementation of the banking union, primarily European Central Bank, European Commission and European Parliament, where a general conclusion notes a need for their active role in implementing the concept of a banking union would not thus preserve legal certainty and to ensure optimal consumer protection, property, rights of depositors and conservation of overall economic stability.


Keywords

banking union, financial stability, the European Central Bank, monetary law, repair mechanism.

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