Eurozone needs harmonised resolution tools, officials say

Commission proposals could bolster stability and common deposit insurance plans, say supervisors

Edouard Fernandez-Bollo
Edouard Fernandez-Bollo
Photo: ECB

Eurozone countries should harmonise their tools for managing banking crises, several senior officials stressed at a June 7 conference.

Doing this would both increase financial stability and make it easier to create a cross-border deposit guarantee scheme, they argued.

A European Commission proposal published in April suggested increasing the level of protection of temporary high-deposit balances. It would also increase the number of lenders with access to resolution financing to include small

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