EU’s capital markets union stuck in second gear


Date: 15 October 2018. Duration: 10:09

The EU’s plan for a capital markets union has so far failed to live up to its grand title, four years after being conceived. Intended to create a borderless financial market, the project has become bogged down in details. With a changing of the guard at the European Commission next year, not to mention Brexit, will the CMU sink or swim? Global financial services reporter John Rega talks to Brussels news editor Sam Wilkin.

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