Without MREL or TLAC, governments are at mercy of private buyers for failed banks
Bondholders face fresh uncertainty about European use of bail-in, critics warn
Supporters of bankruptcy act want it separated from repeal of Dodd-Frank Title II
Issuing Tier 2 and senior unsecured debt will become more expensive for the top four banks in the country
Financial Stability Board wants Japan to clarify the conditions under which it can use its resolution powers
A year on since BRRD came into force, the debate on taxpayer bailouts is far from resolved
EU single resolution board will “never have any work to do”, lawyers predict
Struggling but solvent banks could delay the hit from NPLs under the plan
Changes to agency heads could delay or derail a vital part of bank resolution rules
Accountable governments face pressure to preserve banks
Developments since 2008 open up exciting possibilities, says Kimmo Soramäki
FDIC's single-point-of-entry method applauded but concerns still linger
Lawyers split on whether subordinated debt will be made convertible by law
Philadelphia Fed president says existing efforts to end too-big-to-fail may ‘come up short' and advocates a more rules-based approach; criticises Basel III risk weights
Chairman of the FSA uses annual Mansion House speech to highlight the issue of bank culture
Debt mutualisation lessons from the US
Resolution regimes rule, OK?
Attack of the zombies
BoE's Bailey: UK PRA and banks will be 'heavily engaged'
Buy-side participants at the latest Credit Institute event acknowledged haircuts on senior unsecured debt are looking increasingly likely as regulators move to introduce new special resolution regimes.
Insurance think tank bemoans underrepresentation of the "firefighting" insurance sector in Financial Stability Board and confusion over its role in the financial crisis
Government debt levels in peripheral Europe mean restructurings cannot be avoided, economist Nouriel Roubini tells Credit magazine.
Live and let die