Benelux: The best-laid plans
Capital markets throughout the European Union have been subject to a series of changes aimed at creating a single integrated market across the continent. Joanne Kellermann reports
One of the core objectives of the European Union (EU) is to promote and create a single market in financial services. The Maastricht Treaty of 1992 introduced the freedom of movement of capital and laid the foundation for the introduction of the euro and the development of a single EU capital market. The euro was introduced in almost all member states in mainland Europe, but where do we stand in respect of the integration of EU capital markets?
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