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Cross-border resolution of banking groups: old demons, current progress, future challenges

ContributorsPnevmonidis, Ilias
Defense date2014-10-24

This contribution focuses on the development of bank resolution regimes as a credible antidote to the ‘too big to fail' problem. The main objective of the analysis is to demonstrate the repercussions and challenges resulting from the implementation of bank resolution schemes on a cross-border level. This work is a selective survey of specific legal questions, which remain relatively unaddressed by academic literature and international standard-setting bodies (e.g. bank resolution triggers or safeguards for bank creditors under bank resolution) or still problematic (e.g. resolution planning or cooperation and information exchange between resolution authorities), in particular when applied in a cross-border context. The author aims to shed more light to the complexities of cross-border bank resolution while trying to answer to the fundamental question: have we ended the ‘too big to fail' problem?

  • Bank-resolution
  • Bank-insolvency
  • Too-big-to-fail
  • Financial-crisis
  • Systemic-risk
  • Bank-failures
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PNEVMONIDIS, Ilias. Cross-border resolution of banking groups: old demons, current progress, future challenges. 2014. doi: 10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:48362
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