This handbook analyses the European Banking Union legal framework focusing on legislative acts (regulations and directives), case law and the resolution procedures. In addition, it will pay attention to the division of responsibilities between the ECB and the national authorities, with special attention to the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM). To give a more complete picture, the book will also cover the implementation of European Deposit Insurance Scheme (so called third pillar) still under construction, and appeal to academics, researchers and students of banking and financial law.
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Part I. The European Banking Union and the European Union Architecture Chapter 1. Multi-Level Governance in Banking Regulation; Rosa M. Lastra Chapter 2. European Banking Union within the System of European Banking and Monetary Law; Christos V. Gortsos Chapter 3. European Banking Union and its Relation with European Union Institutions; Alexander H. Türk Chapter 4. Proportionality in the Single Rule Book; Bart Joosen and Matthias Lehmann Chapter 5. The System of Administrative and Jurisdictional Guarantees Concerning the Decisions of the European Central Bank; Marcello Clarich Chapter 6. The European Banking Union in the Case Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union; Mario P. Chiti Chapter 7. The Future of the European Banking Union: Risk-Sharing and Democratic Legitimacy; Pedro Gustavo Teixeira Part II. The Three Pillars of the European Banking Union Chapter 8. Single Supervision Mechanism: Organs and Procedures; Raffaele D'Ambrosio Chapter 9. The Concept of Systemic Importance in European Banking Union Law; Pablo Iglesias-Rodríguez Chapter 10. Non-Performing Loans and the European Union Legal Framework; Elisabetta Montanaro Chapter 11. The Single Resolution Mechanism: Authorities and Proceedings; Olina Capolino Chapter 12. Recovery and Resolution Planning; Marilena Rispoli Farina and Luigi Scipione Chapter 13. The Relevance of the Resolution Tools within the Single Resolution Mechanism; Jens-Hinrich Binder Chapter 14. Minimum Requirement for own Capital and Eligible Liabilities; Marco Lamandini and David Ramos Muñoz Chapter 15. Write-down and Conversion of Capital Instruments; Vittorio Santoro and Irene Mecatti Chapter 16. Lessons from the First Resolution Experiences in the Context of Banking Recovery and Resolution Directive; Luís Silva Morais Chapter 17. The Third Pillar of the Banking Union and its Troubled Implementation; Concetta Brescia Morra.
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