Εκδόσεις - ECEFIL Working Paper Series



The power of the ECB to impose administrative penalties as a supervisory authority: an analysis of Article 18 of the SSM Regulation
Working Paper Series No 2015/11
Professor Christos Vl. Gortsos

 Abstract

The aim of this paper is to provide an analysis of the power of the ECB to impose administrative penalties as a supervisory authority within the context of the ‘Single Supervisory Mechanism’, which is a major building block of the European Banking Union. It is structured in three (3) sections. Section 1 provides a general overview of the specific supervisory tasks conferred upon the ECB in relation to credit institutions and other supervised entities incorporated in participating Member States, as well as its investigatory and specific supervisory powers towards the achievement of the aim of these tasks. Section 2 outlines, in particular, the legal framework pertaining to the ECB’s sanction powers as a supervisory authority in case of breaches of regulatory requirements under EU banking law, as well as those under its own legal acts (Regulations and supervisory Decisions), and Section 3 contains some concluding remarks.

To download the working paper please click below:

ECEFIL WP 2015/11
Αρχείο PDF: 260 Kb



The New EU Directive (2014/49/EU) on Deposit Guarantee Schemes
ECEFIL Working Paper Series No 2014/10

Professor Christos Vl. Gortsos

ECEFIL Working Paper Series No 2014/10 has been replaced by the book of Prof. Gortsos: "The new EU Directive (2014/49/EU) on deposit guarantee schemes: an element of the European Banking Union".

http://www.ecefil.eu/subitemsDetails.asp?Menu=4&Id=368


MOCOMILA REPORT (APRIL 2014)
European Banking Union
Working Paper Series No 2014/9

Rosa M. Lastra, Bernd Krauskopf, Christos Gortsos, and Rene Smits

Abstract

This paper is part of the Report of the Monetary Committee on the International Law Association (MOCOMILA) presented at the bi-annual meeting of the International Law Association (ILA), which took place on Aprtil 7th, 2014, in Washington DC, USA. MOCOMILA is dedicated to the study of legal aspects of money, payments, currency and financial stability.

To download the working paper please click below:  

ECEFIL WP 2014/9
Αρχείο PDF: 198 Kb



The 'Single Supervisory Mechanism': A Major Building Block towars a European Banking Union (The Full Europeanisation of the 'Bank Safety Net')
Working Paper Series No 2013/8 -updated-

Professor Christos Vl. Gortsos

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to provide an analysis of the main provisions of the two European Regulations on the creation of the 'single supervisory mechanism', which is a major building block of the European Banking Union. It is structured as follows:

  • Section A provides a historical overview of the issues at hand.
  • In section B, the main elements of the proposed institutional framework are presented.
  • Section C discusses, in particular, the specific tasks conferred on the European Central Bank and their discharge within the framework of the 'single supervisory mechanism'.
  • The provisions of the Council Regulation on the investigatory and specific supervisory powers of the ECB are outlined in Section D.
  • Section E provides an overview of the organisational principles, with an emphasis on the Supervisory Board.
  • Concluding remarks are presented in Section F

To download the working paper please click below:

ECEFIL WP No 2013/8
Αρχείο PDF: 493 Kb



The Application of the Unfair Commercial Practises Directive in the field of European Financial Law
Working Paper Series No 2013/7

Professor Christos Vl. Gortsos

Abstract

The process of financial integration has been put forward in the European Union mainly during the last three decades, in stages, but at a gradually intensified pace. This process, the starting point of which was a complete fragmentation of Member States’ financial systems, is constantly evolving with a view to shaping/creating/setting up a single financial area within the EU’s common market. Under this scope, the present paper analyses the application of the unfair commercial practices directive in the field of European financial law. 

To download the working paper please click below:

ECEFIL WP No 2013/7
Αρχείο PDF: 299 Kb




  << προηγούμενη 1 - 2 - 3 - 4   επόμενη >>

Επιστροφή