"Lamfalussy Architecture" – A Model for Consolidating the Financial Markets’ Supervision
Nicolae Dardac and
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Nicolae Dardac: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
Elena Georgescu: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2008, vol. 8(525), issue 8(525), 63-72
The enhancement of convergence in the supervisory practices, both by increasing the quality of the legal framework and of the regulations in the field of financial services and by improving the consultation process, represents a prerequisite for setting up the Single Market for financial services at EU level. In order to reach this goal a new approach, known as “Lamfalussy Architecture”, has been developed. The implementation of this model will increase the efficiency of the regulatory and supervisory framework within the financial markets, by removing the obstacles in the way of their integration into the Single Market. At the same time, setting up an EU Single Market implies a thorough monitoring of the financial stability through a constant review of the regulatory and supervisory framework.
Keywords: "Lamfalussy architecture"; Financial Services Action Plan (FSAP); convergence; supervision; single financial market; Level 3 committess 3(L3C). (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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