Post-crisis European regulations designed to reduce the public risk of bank failure naturally invite conflicts with the rule of law.
By: Thomas Hale
Environmental principles have the potential to completely reshape the financial ecosystem, and its attendant notions of value.
They may have been investment-grade, but Steinhoff’s bonds have been a bad deal for the ECB.
By: Matthew C Klein
But would a domestic Italian parallel currency further de-stablise or unwittingly empower the wider Eurozone?
By: Izabella Kaminska
In this guest post, regulator and academic Marcello Minenna warns about the potential impact of new MREL rules on the Italian banking system.
By: Guest writer
The Dryships saga. This thing was holed at launch.
By: Paul Murphy
Banco Populare’s failure may have exposed a flaw in the regulatory philosophy which brought us AT1 bonds.
Since Article 50 was activated, the UK is losing some of the benefits of being in the EU, even as it retains the obligations.
By: Kadhim Shubber
A look at the performance of the largest single backer of European venture capital.
Between the signal and the noise of the RBI stepping further into India’s bad loan problem
By: David Keohane