Loss absorption mechanisms and their trigger points will be the focus of attention when the European Commission sets out its proposals for the fourth capital requirements directive on Wednesday.
Bankers hope the CRD4 release, which will put forward Europes interpretations of Basel III, will clarify rules and give European banks the confidence to proceed with hybrid issues. However, the proposals will still need to be adopted by the European Parliament and Council of Ministers, as well as
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