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EU bank-failure rule delay prompts fears of cold feet at the European Commission

By Jack Schickler
  • 01 Dec 2021 09:19
  • 01 Dec 2021 09:19
EU bank-failure rule delays have prompted jitters among regulators and lawmakers that the European Commission is getting cold feet over plans to stop distressed lenders from receiving taxpayer support.

Proposals to tighten up the antisubsidy, deposit-protection and bank-resolution laws were originally planned for the end of this year. But they don’t appear

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