Ecofin adopts provisions on supervision


BRUSSELS - The Economic and Financial Affairs Council (Ecofin), chaired by Slovenian finance minister and current Ecofin president Andrej Bajuk, in mid-May formally adopted the conclusions on financial supervision and provision of financial stability in the EU that were discussed at an informal Ecofin meeting in April.

The conclusions strengthen the European mandate of national supervisors, which will allow financial supervisory authorities to consider financial stability concerns in other member

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