Eurozone bad bank would be ‘incredibly complex’, say experts

By Jasper Cox, Tom Brown
20 Apr 2020

Any attempt to create a eurozone bad bank is likely to face many challenges, both political ones over support for the banking sector and practical ones in creating an institution dealing with non-performing loans from across Europe, market experts have said.

The Financial Times reported on Sunday that officials from the European Central Bank had held discussions with the European Commission about creating a eurozone bad bank. This would aim to take out non-performing loan exposures remaining from the last crisis, ahead of a possible surge in new ones ...

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