The EU bank resolution framework: institutional changes of the financial safety net in Poland and the Czech Republic
Michal Janovec , Anna Jurkowska-Zeidler
AbstractIn response to the global financial crisis, fundamental changes have been made at the European level to the legal framework of single financial market regulation and supervision. One of the significant legal steps was the establishment of a common system of recovery and resolution of failing banks. Within the framework of a systemic approach to the EU financial market, the article illustrates the steps taken towards the implementation of the resolution framework into domestic financial markets of Poland and the Czech Republic. The core content of the article is comparison of the role and location of the Polish and Czech resolution authorities in the architecture of the national safety net. The main aim of the contribution is to confirm or disprove a hypothesis that the legal framework of the resolution is a complementary element of financial safety net at the financial market, making it necessary to redefine the role of individual institutions that form the current system of ensuring financial stability in Poland and the Czech Republic. The scientific methods of analysis, synthesis, and comparison have been employed.
|Publication size in sheets||0.65|
|Book||Hulkó Gábor, Vybíral Roman (eds.): European financial law in times of crisis of the European Union, 2019, Dialóg Campus, ISBN 978-615-6020-41-3, [978-615-6020-42-0], 648 p.|
|Keywords in English||financial crisis, financial market regulation, financial market law, financial safety net, bank recovery and resolution|
|License||Repository; published final; ; with publication|
|Score||= 5.0, 09-03-2020, MonographChapterAuthor|
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