EU bank resolution law needs reform – research

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The National Bank of Belgium

European Union law on resolving failing banks should be changed, a working paper published by the National Bank of Belgium argues.

In When trust is not enough: Bank resolution, SPE, Ring‑fencing and group support, Mathias Dewatripont, Marie Montigny and Gregory Nguyen present two methods of resolving banks.

In the “multiple points of entry” model, resolution authorities intervene directly in both the troubled banking group’s parent company and its subsidiaries.

The “single point of entry”

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