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Système européen de surveillance financière (SESF) - réexamen

Avis du CESE: Système européen de surveillance financière (SESF) - réexamen

Key Points (version française bientôt disponible)

 

The EESC

  • agrees on the need for corrective action to improve the operation of the European System of Financial Supervision (ESFS).
  • calls for the promotion of measures to facilitate coordination between the ESFS, the new SSM arrangement and the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM.
  • demands the rationalisation of the regulatory functions of the ESFS institutions with a view to simplifying the regulatory framework and making procedures more transparent and effective.

     

  • asks for a medium-term strategy designed to bring about a process of organisational and functional consolidation on the part of the supervisors (by considering the possibility of a single seat and the adoption of a twin peaks model.)
  • demands the promotion of mechanisms to support the priorities of the eurozone countries with particular reference to the banking market and single supervisory mechanisms that make specific provision for membership of non-eurozone countries.
  • calls on the ESRB's Advisory Scientific Committee and relevant ESA committees or expert groups - having obtained the opinion of the stakeholder groups – to make specific proposals for improvement;
  • calls on the European Commission to assess the feasibility of more structural measures regarding the organisation of the ESFS and the authorities' funding mechanisms.

 

Key Points (version française bientôt disponible)

 

The EESC

  • agrees on the need for corrective action to improve the operation of the European System of Financial Supervision (ESFS).
  • calls for the promotion of measures to facilitate coordination between the ESFS, the new SSM arrangement and the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM.
  • demands the rationalisation of the regulatory functions of the ESFS institutions with a view to simplifying the regulatory framework and making procedures more transparent and effective.

     

  • asks for a medium-term strategy designed to bring about a process of organisational and functional consolidation on the part of the supervisors (by considering the possibility of a single seat and the adoption of a twin peaks model.)
  • demands the promotion of mechanisms to support the priorities of the eurozone countries with particular reference to the banking market and single supervisory mechanisms that make specific provision for membership of non-eurozone countries.
  • calls on the ESRB's Advisory Scientific Committee and relevant ESA committees or expert groups - having obtained the opinion of the stakeholder groups – to make specific proposals for improvement;
  • calls on the European Commission to assess the feasibility of more structural measures regarding the organisation of the ESFS and the authorities' funding mechanisms.

 

 

 
 

The EESC

  • agrees on the need for corrective action to improve the operation of the European System of Financial Supervision (ESFS).

 

  • calls for the promotion of measures to facilitate coordination between the ESFS, the new SSM arrangement and the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM.

 

  • demands the rationalisation of the regulatory functions of the ESFS institutions with a view to simplifying the regulatory framework and making procedures more transparent and effective.

 

  • asks for a medium-term strategy designed to bring about a process of organisational and functional consolidation on the part of the supervisors (by considering the possibility of a single seat and the adoption of a twin peaks model.)

 

  • demands the promotion of mechanisms to support the priorities of the eurozone countries with particular reference to the banking market and single supervisory mechanisms that make specific provision for membership of non-eurozone countries.

 

  • calls on the ESRB's Advisory Scientific Committee and relevant ESA committees or expert groups - having obtained the opinion of the stakeholder groups – to make specific proposals for improvement;

 

  • calls on the European Commission to assess the feasibility of more structural measures regarding the organisation of the ESFS and the authorities' funding mechanisms.

 

Points clés:

 

Le CESE:

  • convient de la nécessité de prendre des mesures correctives en vue d'améliorer le fonctionnement du système européen de surveillance financière (SESF);
  • demande que soient promues des actions visant à faciliter la coordination du SESF avec la nouvelle architecture du MSU et du mécanisme de résolution unique;
  • réclame la rationalisation des fonctions réglementaires des institutions constituant le SESF de manière à stimuler la simplification du cadre juridique et à favoriser une transparence et une efficacité accrues des processus;
  • demande une stratégie à moyen terme consistant à mettre en œuvre un processus de consolidation organisationnelle et fonctionnelle des autorités de surveillance (en envisageant l’hypothèse d’un siège unique et l’adoption d’un modèle bipolaire);
  • demande que soient promus des mécanismes destinés à mettre en avant les priorités des pays de la zone euro, notamment concernant le marché bancaire et le mécanisme de surveillance unique, qui prévoient des modalités précises d’adhésion des pays dont la monnaie n’est pas l’euro;
  • invite le comité scientifique du CERS et les comités d'experts des AES – après avoir obtenu l'avis du groupe des parties prenantes – à présenter des propositions précises d'amélioration;
  • invite la Commission européenne à analyser la faisabilité de solutions plus structurelles relatives à l'organisation du SESF et aux modalités de financement des autorités