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Bank Regulation and Resolution


  • 10 Jan 2017
    • Montepaschi bail-out plan calls into question determination to end "too big to fail"
      A plan to provide government support to Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena S.p.A. via a mix of bail-in and bail-out raises questions regarding the European authorities' commitment to follow strictly the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD); in particular, the bail-in provisions to resolve troubled banks. For now, we maintain our view that despite a "moderate" probability that public funds will support failing systemic banks, the BRRD's resolution tools - including bail-in, or "voluntary" restructuring - will most often be deployed. However, should such a bail-out be replicated, we will likely reconsider whether government support for European banks could be more widespread...Full Report
  • 1 Dec 2016
    • EU bank regulation proposals balance prudence with steps to promote economic growth
      The European Commission’s 23 November proposals – which would incorporate some of the outstanding Basel 3 changes into European law – would, if endorsed, deliver overall improved protection for senior creditors of EU banks and much greater harmonization of approach across Europe. However, it also waters down some provisions in order to promote economic growth... Full Report
  • 18 Oct 2016
    • India's draft bill on resolution of financial firms is credit positive for banks
      The draft bill is a credit positive for Indian banks because it is an important step to having a comprehensive framework in place for the resolution of financial firms. Currently, the resolution of such firms is based on minor parts of legislation enacted for other purposes. However, the bill will have to go through multiple steps before becoming law, and could therefore be subject to changes and delays... Full Report l Press Release

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