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Uma nota para o quanto ao processo decisório:
” 23.2 Decision-making within the SSM
The Supervisory Board plans and carries out the SSM’s supervisory tasks and proposes draft decisions for adoption by the ECB’s Governing Council. The Supervisory Board is composed of the Chair and Vice-Chair, four representatives of the ECB, and one representative of the NCAs in each participating Member State, usually the top executive of the relevant NCA responsible for banking supervision. The Supervisory Board’s draft decisions are proposed on the basis of thorough, objective, and transparent information, bearing in mind the interest of the EU as a whole. The Supervisory Board operates in a way that ensures its independence.
The decision-making process is based on a “non-objection” procedure (see Figure 2). If the Governing Council does not object to a draft decision proposed by the Supervisory Board within a defined period of time that may not exceed ten working days, the decision is deemed adopted. The Governing Council may adopt or object to draft decisions but cannot change them. The ECB has created a Mediation Panel to resolve differences of views expressed by the NCAs concerned regarding an objection by the Governing Council to a draft decision of the Supervisory Board.
The ECB has also established an Administrative Board of Review to carry out internal administrative reviews of decisions taken by the ECB in the exercise of its supervisory powers. Any natural person or supervised entity may request a review of an ECB decision, which is addressed to them, or is of direct and individual concern. The Administrative Board of Review may also propose to the Governing Council that it suspend the application of the contested decision for the duration of the review procedure. The Board is composed of five independent members who are not staff of the ECB or an NCA. A request for a review of an ECB decision by the Administrative Board of Review does not affect the right to bring proceedings before the Court of Justice of the EU.”
Saberemos se este, como qualquer outro processo decisório, funciona quando for posto em prática. Ou seja, quando, por exemplo, o mecanismo funcionar contra qualquer um dos grandes bancos europeus.
E um detalhe de “semântica”: atendendo às funções do Supervisory Board, não lhe chamaria assim.