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Accountability and audit requirements in relation to the SSM
ALLEMAND, Frederic
2017In European Central Bank (Ed.) Shaping a new legal order for Europe: a tale of crises and opportunities
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Keywords :
European Central Bank; Accountability; Single Supervisory Mechanism; European Court of Auditors
Abstract :
[en] The financial crisis emphasised the shortcomings of the supervision applied to credit institutions and the weakness of the audit framework for banking supervisors. It led to a major overhaul in the prudential supervision of credit institutions, at both Member State and EU level. At the same time, the considerable financial support provided by Member States to the banking sector justified a strengthening of SAIs’ powers. Guaranteeing the smooth operation of the banking sector and preventing the emergence of a further crisis would also require better public audit of banking supervisors. In several Member States, SAIs were given new responsibilities to increase their auditing powers over the activities performed by authorities responsible for banking supervision, including NCBs. This led the ECB to clarify the scope of Article 27 of the ESCB Statute and the interaction between the principles of NCB independence and accountability...
Disciplines :
European & international law
Author, co-author :
ALLEMAND, Frederic ;  University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Law Research Unit
External co-authors :
no
Language :
English
Title :
Accountability and audit requirements in relation to the SSM
Publication date :
December 2017
Main work title :
Shaping a new legal order for Europe: a tale of crises and opportunities
Author, co-author :
European Central Bank
Publisher :
ECB, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany
Pages :
59-82
Peer reviewed :
Peer reviewed
Focus Area :
Law / European Law
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