‘Ambitious’ Esma wants common supervisory culture

‘Ambitious’ Esma wants common supervisory culture in EU
The European Securities and Markets Authority on Monday said it sees a need to create a common supervisory culture in the EU and believes that national financial supervisors need to intensify their horizontal, cross-border cooperation. It also acknowledged that it needs to improve its own cooperation with national supervisory bodies.

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