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Resolution of banks

As a response to the multifaceted financial and economic crisis, the European Commission proposed the establishment of a banking union in 2012. The banking union is based on three pillars and is being established gradually. It will provide a single, extensive range of effective measures for the supervision of banks, for the prevention of difficulties at banks and prompt measures if such difficulties should arise, and for a single deposit guarantee scheme for depositors at banks.
One of the key changes brought about by the banking union in the scope of the Single Resolution Mechanism is that the financial burden of bank resolution will be transferred from the state budget to the banking sector. The ultimate objective is a sustained increase in trust on behalf of the general public and investors in EU banks.

The banking union is based on three pillars:

Bank resolution arrangements

Resolution fund (based on the Bank Resolution Authority and Fund Act)
 

 

Measures based on the Resolution and Compulsory Winding Up of Banks Act
 

 

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