Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan towards a single market for capital in the EU. While the plan is not limited to the euro area, some of its stated objectives are aimed at supporting EMU, especially by financial stability through private risk-sharing. The present Article seeks to specify and clarify these EMU objectives. It points out their expressions in official documents, discusses their role in creating legislative momentum for CMU and its individual initiatives, and observes them in the legislative process and content of selected initiatives. The research results include an explanation of the significance of EMU objectives as arguments in debates and decision-making concerning CMU as well as an assessment of their justificatory force.
|European Papers: A Journal on Law and Integration
|Number of pages
|Published - 2021
|MoE publication type
|A1 Journal article-refereed