Mikita, MaŁgorzata
March 2012
Financial Internet Quarterly 'e-Finanse';2012, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p53
Academic Journal
The global financial crisis has revealed the weaknesses of the European financial market, which triggered the European Union (EU) work on further integration of this market. The aim of this article is to present the direction of changes concerning the integration of the EU financial market. These changes are mainly related to the issue of supervising the EU financial market, regulating the institutions operating in this market, protecting customers, improving the effectiveness of the market, its transparency and liquidity, as well as improving management in crisis situations.


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