This document follows the consultation documents qFinancial stability and depositor protection: strengthening the frameworkq (Cm.7308, January 2008, ISBN 9780101730822) and qFinancial stability and depositor protection: further consultation (Cm. 7436, July 2008, ISBN 9780101743624) and outlines technical details on the special resolution regime (SRR) proposed in those documents. Views are sought on the proposals which cover: the objectives of the SRR; the roles of the authorities in relation to the SSR; the governance arrangements for the SRR; powers for the Bank of England to transfer all or part of a failing bank to a private sector purchaser or a publicly-controlled bridge bank; a special bank administration procedure to facilitate partial transfers to a bridge bank; powers for the Treasury to take a failing bank into temporary public sector ownership; powers to set up compensation arrangements for failing banks, their creditors and shareholders; powers for a bank to be put into a bank insolvency procedure. The document also sets out the proposed scope of firms that will be included in the SRR, in particular the application of the regime to building societies.potential commitment of public funds to support the bridge bank may be less than in a whole-bank transfer. ... was that the January consultation did not include sufficient detail on partial transfers. Stakeholders sought further information from the Authorities on how partial transfers would work in practice and what safeguardsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Financial Stability and Depositor Protection|
|Author||:||Great Britain: H.M. Treasury, Bank of England, Financial Services Authority|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2008-01-01|