Bad banks in the EU- the impact of Eurostat rules
Christopher Gandrud and
Mark Hallerberg ()
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• At least 12 European Union member states used publicly created asset management companies (AMCs), otherwise known as a ‘badbanks’ to respond to the recent financial crisis. This tool remains an option for future bank resolutions under the EU Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive.• We assess the design of AMCs in the recent crisis and why their form has changed. Through its role as definer of statistical concepts used under...
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