The EU has introduced a specific regulatory process for financial services. The EU’s supervisory architecture consists of 3 European supervisory authorities and a board to monitor systemic risks.
The capital markets union is the EU’s plan to unlock funding for Europe’s growth.
The banking union ensures that EU banks are stronger and better supervised, so that they can support the wider economy.
The EU provides a framework for authorities to manage insurance failures effectively.
The EU is examining how to make sustainability considerations an integral part of its financial policy in order to support the European green deal.
New financial technologies can facilitate access to financial services and improve the efficiency of the financial system.
Financial services have a major impact on consumers' lives. Consumers should be able to make well-informed decisions on financial matters and feel confident that they are well protected if something goes wrong.
The EU has laws in place to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
The EU works with its international partners to develop consistent policies on the regulation of financial markets and capital movements.