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Beyond the Pandemic: Reviving Europe’s Banking Union

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This report reviews Europe's banking union and suggests possible regulatory changes to revive the project, focused on three strategic goals: reducing overbanking, especially among the weaker players; favouring consolidation and efficiency among the stronger ones; and strengthening balance sheets further, while encouraging cross-border diversification.

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  • Angeloni, Ignazio (ed.), 2020. "Beyond the Pandemic: Reviving Europe’s Banking Union," Vox eBooks, Centre for Economic Policy Research, number p327.
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