Financial integration in the Eurozone should not be a tough sell

Much progress has been made in recent years to improve the financial integration of the Eurozone. This VoxEU-column argues that while banking union promotes stability, markets remain fragmented and consumers aren’t yet fully enjoying the fruits of integration. With Brexit on the horizon, it is up to the remaining EU member states to foster competition and efficiency in financial services by completing the banking union, harmonising national regulation, and accelerating the realisation of a true capital markets union.

Read the full column here.

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