No sign of single EU banking regulator


"The Commission makes a valid point in calling for the current framework and existing tools to be maximized before new structures are even considered," said José María Roldán, chairman of the Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS), at a conference in Brussels in late May. "From the CEBS perspective, and despite our achievements over the past 16 months, we do not yet feel that we have reached the limits of the possibilities afforded to us by the Lamfalussy structure. We will continue to

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