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Banking fragility rooted in justice failures Evidence from Ukraine
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Cash outflows in crisis scenarios: Do liquidity requirements and reporting obligations give the SRB sufficient time to react?

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Financial Markets and Institutions

01 February 2018 / 31 March 2018

Bank failures have multiple causes though they are typically precipitated by a rapidly unfolding funding crisis. The European Union’s new prudential liquidity requirements offer some safeguards against risky funding models, but will not prevent such scenarios. The speed of events seen in the 2017 resolution of a Spanish bank offers a number of lessons for the further strengthening of the resolution framework within the euro area, in particular in terms of inter-agency coordination, the use of payments moratoria and funding of the resolution process.

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Financial Markets and Institutions


Cash outflows in crisis scenarios: Do liquidity requirements and reporting obligations give the SRB sufficient time to react?

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European Parliament, DG Internal Policies of the Union

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