This volume from the aInstitute for Law and Finance Seriesa (ILFS) brings together the presentations from the ILF conference aToo Big To Fail - Do we need a special insolvency law for banks?a (5 November 2010, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main). Following an introduction to the topic, the question is posed: should a special insolvency law for banks be introduced? In this context, existing approaches are critically examined such as the German Bank Restructuring Act. In addition to addressing the topics: the reasons for and instruments of bank insolvency proceedings, part of this book is dedicated to examining the protection of creditors. The conference proceedings include German and English language presentations.Deposit transfer is really only practical if there is another bank into which the deposits of the failed bank might be quickly transferred. Absent such a bank, deposit transfer will not work. For the very largest banks, there is simply no larger bankanbsp;...
|Title||:||Too Big To Fail - Brauchen wir ein Sonderinsolvenzrecht für Banken?|
|Author||:||Patrick S. Kenadjian|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2012-01-01|