At the beginning of 1994, a single European banking market was created in Europe as part of the Single Market. To what extent does this also justify a uniform European banking regulation? Against the background of national differences within the EU, how can such a uniform European banking regulation be designed appropriately?

The study identifies the problem areas of the currently existing uniform European banking regulation and develops an alternative approach to regulating the European banking market. The study is aimed at academics working on banking, financial or general integration issues, but also at economists and business economists in banking institutions and associations.

From the contents:
Single Market for Banks
– Justification of a uniform European banking regulation
– Analysis of existing and design of optimal European banking regulation
– Conclusions on regulatory policy with regard to further development