Capital flight fears prompt EBRD to push for Vienna II

Emerging Europe needs a second Vienna Initiative to prevent a new credit crunch from ravaging its economies and banking systems, according to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The supranational is working with fellow development lenders and authorities in both western and emerging Europe to co-ordinate their response to contagion from the eurozone crisis.

  • 11 Nov 2011
Work has already begun, according to Piroska Nagy, EBRD director for country strategy and policy. "It is very important that home and host regulators and fiscal authorities work together and discuss with these big cross-border banking groups the potential implications of the banks’ actions and also to think ...

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