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date: 18 September 2019

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This chapter considers the evolution and main features of EU financial markets regulation and scholarship. It focuses on three distinct themes that define the field. First, it considers the transformative ambitions of the regulatory programme with respect to the embedding of market finance and the construction of the internal financial market. Second, it considers the striking shifts in the location and intensity of financial markets intervention that have characterized the field and their implications. Finally, it considers the extent to which EU financial markets regulation has been the seat of major institutional innovation and constitutional uncertainty, and compares the different dynamics of institutional innovation with respect to EU banking regulation (including in relation to Banking Union). It concludes with some modest predictions for the future.

Keywords: financial markets regulation, Banking Union, market finance, internal financial market

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