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It emerged over the weekend that five German academics have launched another challenge at the Bundesverfassungsgericht – the German Constitutional Court (GCC) – this time against the proposals for a banking union based on the Single Supervisory Mec…

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It seems to be a week for big legal opinions in the EU. We’ve had opinions on the FTT, the EU’s short selling regulation and now on the European Commission’s plan for a Single Bank Resolution Mechanism (SRM) – a key component of the banking union…

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A lot has been written over the past few weeks regarding the easing of the Basel III banking rules, which we’ve been meaning to cover but didn’t get round to doing. The specifics and details have been well covered so instead we’ll look at some of motiv…

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Ask what is the ideal outcome for the UK from the talks on EU banking union and – much like when the super-computer in the Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy is asked about the meaning of life, the universe and everything – you’ll get a number: in this c…

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