EU Bank Proposals Could Hurt Bond Investors

21 Apr 2010

Shareholders, uninsured creditors and management all could be hit hard by European Union proposals for dealing with distressed banks, according to Hervé Goulletquer, head of fixed income markets research at Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank.

Shareholders, uninsured creditors and management all could be hit hard by European Union proposals for dealing with distressed banks, according to Hervé Goulletquer, head of fixed income markets research at Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank. The proposals aim at avoiding future taxpayer-funded bailouts of ...

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