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22 June 2016 By Neil Unmack

The European Commission wants to harmonise rules for bank bail-inable debt. The current patchwork of different national regimes is confusing and impedes resolution. A single model would be simplest, but could limit flexibility. At the very least more standardisation is desirable.

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