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Stay of resolution

26 June 2017 By Peter Thal Larsen

Intesa Sanpaolo is taking over the good bits of two smaller failed lenders, leaving taxpayers to foot a bill of up to 17 billion euros. Protecting savers is politically expedient. But the rescue exposes a gaping hole in Europe’s new regime for dealing with troubled banks.

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