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The Need for Special Resolution Regimes for Financial Institutions

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  • Martin Cihák
  • Erlend Nier
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    The global financial crisis has demonstrated weaknesses in resolution regimes for financial institutions around the globe, including in the European Union (EU). This paper considers the principles underlying resolution regimes for financial institutions, and draws out how a well-designed resolution regime can expand the toolset available for crisis management. Introducing, or in some cases expanding the scope, of these regimes is pressing to achieve more effective responses to ongoing financial sector weaknesses across the EU.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Working Papers with number 09/200.

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    Length: 29
    Date of creation: 01 Sep 2009
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfwpa:09/200

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    Keywords: Financial institutions; European Union; Bank resolution; Bank supervision; Bankruptcy; Banks; Credit risk; Financial risk; Financial sector; Financial stability; Nonbank financial sector; Risk management; banking; deposit insurance; moral hazard; bank insolvency; banking authorities; financial system; bank of england; banking system; holding company; bank liquidation; financial services; banking institutions; bank restructuring; financial markets; banking systems; bank holding; bank insolvency proceedings; hedge; banking institution; national bank; bankruptcy law; bank shares; bank holding company; financial intermediation; bank liquidation proceedings; hedge funds; banking license; banking authority; bank equity; bank of spain; going concern value; banking crises; banking sectors; banking markets; banking activities; banking regulation; money market funds; banking model; bankruptcy court; bank insolvencies; deposit guarantee; bank insolvency resolution; banking sector; deposit insurance scheme; money market; financial conglomerates; financial market; bank subsidiary; bank failures; universal banking; bank bailouts; liquidity support; bank charter; federal deposit insurance; financial regulation; prudential regulation; interbank market;

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    Cited by:
    1. Matej Marinc & Razvan Vlahu, 2011. "The Economic Perspective of Bank Bankruptcy Law," DNB Working Papers 310, Netherlands Central Bank, Research Department.
    2. Maria J. Nieto & Gillian G. Garcia, 2012. "The Insufficiency of Traditional Safety Nets: What Bank Resolution Fund for Europe?," FMG Special Papers sp209, Financial Markets Group.

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