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No legislative changes for EU’s financial supervisors, but national interests still seen as a concern

By Fiona Maxwell
  • 23 May 2022 14:04
  • 23 May 2022 14:04
The EU’s three financial supervisors should not face any legislative changes to their mandates, but targeted measures should be taken to fix issues including too much influence from national interests, the European Commission said today.
In a report on the operation of the European Supervisory Authorities, or the ESAs, the

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Fiona Maxwell

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Fiona Maxwell is a financial services senior correspondent at MLex in London. She began her career as a reporter for, writing about EU post-crisis regulation, and later worked for POLITICO in Brussels, covering the intersect between financial policy and politics. Prior to joining MLex, Fiona worked at the Bank of England as a policy adviser in the prudential policy directorate.

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