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Ireland moves closer to permanent resolution regime

The Irish government has published draft bank resolution legislation to be considered by the incoming parliament when it first convenes on March 9. If passed, the Central Bank and Credit Institutions (Resolution) Bill 2011 would give the Central Bank permanent powers to wind up insolvent banks or act to stop financial instability spreading.

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