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Towards Better Regulation for the European Banking and Financial System by Balancing Security and Stability Objectives with the Need for Competitiveness and Growth

Ambrosetti Club Study presented at the 28th edition of the workshop “The Outlook for the Economy and Finance”, April 7, 2017.

Towards Better Regulation for the European Banking and Financial System by Balancing Security and Stability Objectives with the Need for Competitiveness and Growth

Banking and financial sector is crucial for economic growth, job creation and competitiveness of economic systems as a whole, also giving pivotal support to innovation and relaunch of productive investments.

This is particularly true considering the European Union. Here, on average, banking system accounts for over 70% of lending to the economy (a percentage more than double compared to the United States) .

In this context, we believe that regulation of banking and financial sector plays a central role in allowing the achievement of growth and competitiveness objectives by the European Union.

Ambrosetti Club Study (It.) – Executive Summary

Goal: 480 billion more in credit
Il Sole 24 Ore, April 7, 2017 (by Maximilian Cellino)




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