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Cross-Border Resolution of Global Banks
Most recent regulations establish that resolution of global banking groups shall be done according to bail-in procedures and following a Single Point of Entry (SPE) as opposed to a Multiple Point of Entry (MPE) approach. ...
The Effects of Contingent Convertible (CoCo) Bonds on Insurers’ Capital Requirements under Solvency II
The Liikanen Group proposes contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds as a potential mechanism to enhance financial stability in the banking industry. Especially life insurance companies could serve as CoCo bond holders as they ...
Banking Union and the Governance of Credit Institutions - A Legal Perspective
The creation of the Banking Union is likely to come with substantial implications for the governance of Eurozone banks. The European Central Bank, in its capacity as supervisory authority for systemically important banks, ...
Multiplex interbank networks and systemic importance: An application to European data
Research on interbank networks and systemic importance is starting to recognise that the web of exposures linking banks balance sheets is more complex than the single-layer-of-exposure approach. We use data on exposures ...
Taking the Lead: When Non-Banks Arrange Syndicated Loans
In the mid-1990s, institutional investors entered the syndicated loan market and started to serve borrowers as lead arrangers. Why are non-banks able to compete for this role against banks? How do the composition of ...
Regulatory Influence on Market Conditions in the Banking Union
This paper looks into the specific influence that the European banking union will have on (future) bank client relationships. It shows that the intended regulatory influence on market conditions in principle serves as a ...