Financial Services Action Plan

Financial Services Action Plan
Financial Services Action Plan ( FSAP)
The FSAP is the European Commission's response towards improving the single market in financial services. Adopted in 1999, the FSAP contains a list of 42 measures to be implemented, grouped around four strategic objectives (retail markets; wholesale; prudential rules and supervision; and wider conditions for an optimal single financial market). The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive forms a major part of the implementation of the FSAP. Exchange Handbook Glossary

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