The European Banking Union & the Future of the Economic & Monetary Union     Print Email
Thursday, 06 October 2016

On October 6, 2016, The European Institute held a lunch discussion with a delegation from the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic & Monetary Affairs (ECON) led by The Honorable Roberto Gualtieri, ECON Chairman and The Honorable Siegfried Mureșan, Spokesman for the European People’s Party and Substitute Member of ECON.  Chairman Gualtieri and Mr. Mureşan, along with other representatives from the ECON Committee, discussed the current status and environment of the banking union as well as the changes the European Union may need to make in order cope successfully with challenges such as Brexit, the need for greater economic growth, and the implementation of a common deposit insurance scheme. Despite differing views on some subjects, the delegation agreed on the necessity of the completion of the bank union.

 
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