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Designing a European restructuring mechanism without taxpayers’ money

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The European Commission’s approach to the supervision and restructuring of the EU banking system has numerous shortcomings. As an alternative, this article proposes a European Resolution Authority and a European Restructuring Fund for systemically important banks and the implementation of a levy paid by banks in accordance with their systemic relevance. This levy should be designed to reduce the risk of future bailouts and the moral hazard inherent in implicit government guarantees.

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Steinbach, A., Stollhoff, R. Designing a European restructuring mechanism without taxpayers’ money. Intereconomics 48, 167–173 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10272-013-0458-7

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Keywords

  • Banking Crisis
  • Insolvency Proceeding
  • European Banking Authority
  • Leibniz Information
  • Single Supervisory Mechanism