How to adapt a bank for MPE resolution strategy

Senior SRB official suggests what is needed to prove resolution entities can operate separately

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The Single Resolution Board is the central resolution authority within the European banking union, which currently comprises the 19 member states of the eurozone. Together with the national authorities of participating member states, it forms the single resolution mechanism. The SRB’s mission is to ensure an orderly regulatory response to failing banks with minimum impact on the real economy, the financial system, and the public finances of the participating member states and beyond.

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