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20/11/2014

Opinion in case C-507/13 - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland v European Parliament and Council of the European Union

Action for annulment


Supervision of credit institutions and investment firms – Action for annulment – Directive 2013/36/EU – Articles 94(1)(g) and 94(2) and Article 162(1) and (3) – Setting of ratios between the fixed and variable components of the remuneration payable to employees of credit institutions and investment firms whose professional activities have a material impact on the institution’s risk profile – Regulation 575/2013 – Articles 450(1)(d)(i) and (j) and 521(2) – Disclosure of certain information appertaining to remuneration – Choice of legal basis – Principles of proportionality, subsidiarity and legal certainty – Ultra vires – Protection of personal data – Customary international law – Extra-territorial effect of Article 94(1)(g) of Directive 2013/36/EU

author(s): Court of Justice of the EU / Advocate General Jääskinen
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