Bank Debt in Europe
The crisis in Europe has underscored the vulnerability of European bank funding models compared to international peers. This paper studies the drivers behind this fragility and examines the future of bank funding, primarily wholesale, in Europe. We argue that cyclical and structural factors have altered the structure, cost, and composition of funding for European banks. The paper discusses the consequences of shifting funding patterns and investor preferences and presents possible policy options and bank actions to enhance European bank funding modelsâ€™ robustness.
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Related researchKeywords: Banking sector
; Risk management
; bank debt
; bank funding
; subordinated debt
; liability management
; bank spreads
; deposit guarantee
; debt restructuring
; banking union
; bank failures
; investment banking
; bank creditors
; banking activities
; bank lending
; bank liability
; banking systems
; bank loans
; retail banking
; liquid asset
; probability of default
; interbank market
; bank capital
; bank balance sheets
; banking authority
; banks ï¿½ balance sheets
; banking sector stability
; bank responses
; bank runs
; banks ' balance sheet
; bank losses
; bank deposits
; state intervention
; bank liquidity
; bank reforms
; bank business
; bank performance
; bank of england
; balance sheet growth
; bank liabilities
; deposit insurance
; bank recapitalizations
; bank markets
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