A precisely defined backstop arrangement
Agreement on how to act in the event of an insolvent bank. The term emerged in 2013 in connection with the question of which of the European institutions should be responsible for resolving an over-indebted institution. – See resolvability, amortization, negative, investor protection, bail-out, bad bank model, German, bank, systemic, bank rescue, reverse, bank failures, Bazooka, BradfordNationalization, European Resolution Fund, European Stability Mechanism, exit strategy, financial market stabilization agency, Japanization, bailout, rescues, risk takers, final, sifi oligopoly, sovereign liability, stability fund, european, sinking fund, companies, state-sponsored, contract compliance, trust, zetts, three, zombie bank.
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