Transparency in banking supervision is going backwards
In 2013, Bruegel conducted a study on transparency in national supervision of banks in EU. This year, the authors revisited the study to investigate if the situation has changed.
The result of the survey, which looks to data disclosures by national bank supervisors in the European Union, concludes that the level of transparency at national level has actually worsened. The transparency level has changed for only five member states, of which four have become less transparent.
Read the full post from Bruegel here.