The paper examines the administrative review of the ECB decisions in the banking supervisory field. In the first paragraphs the core characteristics of the functioning of the internal administrative review carried out by the Administrative Board of Review (ABoR) are described. The paper highlights the differences between the ABoR and similar bodies that are already in place for reviewing decisions of some European agencies. The final paragraph proposes some reflections on the role of the Board, also in light of the remarks expressed by the General Court in the case Landeskreditbank Baden-Wüttemberg Förderbank v ECB of 16 May 2017. The ABoR is an administrative body and cannot be regarded as a court. It is part of the decision-making process of the ECB.
BRESCIA MORRA, C. (2018). The Administrative Review of Decisions of the ECB in the Supervisory Field. STUDI SULL'INTEGRAZIONE EUROPEA, XIII, 63-78.