When the Council of the European Union failed to agree on key reforms to bank resolution rules at a meeting of finance ministers on March 13, European commissioner for financial services Valdis Dombrovskis insisted the differences were largely technical.
“There is no member state opposing this bank reform package; the question is on exact calibrations of individual measures,” he told reporters.
For bank treasurers, however, the technical is fundamental. The council’s dispute revolves around
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