Wie die EU künftig mit systemrelevanten Banken umgehen will, ist völlig offen. Zwar will die EU-Kommission mit einem „robusten Rechtsrahmen“ die Insolvenz großer Kreditinstitute ermöglichen und so ein
Laut einem Verordnungsvorschlag aus dem Team von EU-Binnenmarktkommissar Michel Barnier soll das Trennbankensystem deutlich abgeschwächt in die Gesetzgebungsphase gehen. Der Entwurf, der derzeit in Brüssel kursiert, soll eigentlich das „Too big to fail"-Problem der Finanzindustrie lösen. ... weiterlesen
In principle, anchoring debt brakes in national constitutions is appropriate for prompting states to reduce non-sustainable debts. However, debt brakes have an impact only if accepted by the public and if flanked by real economy reforms, a European solution of the financial institutions too-big-to-fail problem as well as a risk-sensitive credit granting to states.
The Commission's broad definition of the term “eco-innovation” conceals the possible key target conflicts of a responsible use of resources. It fails to explain both why it thinks eco-innovation is being marketed too slowly and why eco-innovation should be given more support than other forms of innovation (e.g. the health sector).
The EU Commission considers introducing a permanent external border control force that could be deployed even without the respective EU member state’s consent, the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal reported. According to a story by Le Soir, the EU Commission will present the plan on Tuesday. European Council President Donald Tusk said recently in an interview with the Guardian and five other European newspapers that “this wave of migrants is too big not to stop them.” See also our cepInput on the empirical and legal aspects of the refugee crisis.
such readily available funds. “If the problem is too big and the country is too weak, it might be difficult,” said Bert Van Roosebeke, head of financial markets at the Center for European Policy, a [...] The collapse of the Portuguese bank seemed to have all the makings of a disaster. With little warning, a government in one of Europe’s most financially weak countries was suddenly confronted with a multibillion-euro rescue of Banco Espírito Santo. ... Analysts were wary on Monday of drawing too much reassurance from the relatively orderly way that Portuguese and European Union regulators managed the rescue. The
EU interior ministers will on Friday discuss suspending the Schengen zone for two years, on the basis that the migrant crisis has exposed “serious deficiencies” at the Greek border that endanger the overall area, the Financial Times reported. The option of invoking “Article 26” is proposed in a leaked working paper for the interior ministers prepared by Luxembourg, which holds the rotating presidency of the EU. Meanwhile, European Council President Donald Tusk said in an interview with the Guardian and five other European newspapers that “this wave of migrants is too big not to stop them.” See also
in a given MS, they are counted as a single branch. 12 Consolidated data. 13 Source: Too Big to Fail: The Transatlantic Debate, Morris Goldstein and Nicolas Véron, January 2011. - 8 - [...] . This would entrench moral hazard among banks that are too big, complex or interconnected to fail. Lack of legal clarity around intra group financial support would discourage group entities to make [...] contingency planning by banks and authorities for potential crisis situations Too complex operation and structure of banks to fail PR EP A R A TI O N , P R EV E N T IO N Suboptimal level of
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uses four extreme but credi- ble market scenarios - All Tied Up, Supply Push, Demand Pull, and SEPA Big Time - to assess the impact of SEPA on the key stakeholders. Each of these four market [...] Belgium, Finland, the Netherlands and Germany, where both sides prefer SEPA Big Time to All Tied Up. A look at the different outcomes in each scenario makes clear that the preferred strategy for the [...] least aggressive scenarios falls between 0.12% and 0.22% of GDP. Belgium, Finland, the Netherlands, and Germany are the only countries in which the supply side prefers the SEPA Big Time sce- nario to
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