Does Europe want a single market?-Malcolm Levitt

The shortcomings of Europe's single market for financial services extend far beyond securities markets. Consumers lose, and politicians seem to lack the stomach for reform. Radical change, including the swift adoption of Alexandre Lamfalussy's recommendations, is needed, argues Malcolm Levitt from Barclays in the forthcoming issue of The Financial Regulator journal.

For more than a decade, as they first planned, and then brought into being,Europe's single currency, European politicians have

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