Cooper Richard (1994), p. 71. This idea is based on the model in use in the Netherlands. In practice this might be both complicated and time consuming with reference to the rapid changes in the market.
167 Cooper, Richard (1994), p. 71 ; Scheinin, Martin (1997b), p. 202.
168 Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso (1994), pp. 171-172 making reference to the Delores report; Antola, Esko (1997), p. 20. This kind of an organ has been successfully in use in some Member States, e.g. in Finland where the Parliamentary Trustees of the Bank of Finland have guaranteed parliamentary supervision at least at some level. A similar organ could supervise the ECB and eventually review or at least discuss decisions taken by the Bank.