Deposit insurance could transform outlook for China TLAC

Issuance needs drop dramatically if regulators allow maximum inclusion of deposit insurance fund

Three Chinese global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) have already unveiled plans to begin issuing bail-in debt to comply with new regulatory requirements. And yet, the amounts needed are still in flux, and could shrink substantially depending on how banks are allowed to include the deposit insurance fund in a key capital ratio. Taking a generous approach could be an attractive option for the Chinese authorities, to soothe the potential impact of bail-in debt rules on bank funding costs at

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