Slovenia’s central bank warns lawmakers over bail-in

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Slovenia’s central bank has again warned the country’s lawmakers against making it liable for losses incurred by shareholders and bondholders in failed commercial banks who were “bailed in”.

This is the latest in a long-running, highly-charged dispute between the central bank and lawmakers strongly influenced by former bondholders and shareholders. The European Court of Justice has ruled that the bailing-in of shareholders and bondholders following the failure of the banks in 2012 and 2013 was

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