Reflections on the cooperation between ECB/SRB and NCA/NRAs in the SSM/SRM
29 November 2017 in Tallinn
Original Sokos Hotel Viru Conference Centre
This conference aims at exploring the importance of the smooth cooperation of the European Central Bank and Single Resolution Board with National Competent Authorities and National Resolution Authorities in the operation of Single Supervisory Mechanism and Single Resolution Mechanism and clear division of their roles.
The conference’s opening speeches set the stage from an Estonian high level perspective and dig into important topics like the developments in the European Monetary Union and main strategic questions, NPLs as a European problem and macroprudential supervision in practise. Two dedicated sessions are devoted to the challenges posed by the authorities’ cooperation within the SSM and SRM. The first session shall explore the allocation and exercise of competences within the SSM and its procedural and judicial implications. Questions concerning the ECB competences, compound and common procedures together with information sharing will be addressed also in light of recent CJEU case law. The second session is dedicated to the allocation of competences within the SRM and its procedural and judicial implications. Here the presentations will cover the SSM/SRM coordination and public access to documents and allocation of competences between the SRB and NRAs and challenges posed to an effective judicial protection, as well as the external coordination with third countries’. Excellent speakers and hot topics in the calm Nordic environment invite you.