Possible discussion points
- How should the TLAC and MREL requirement be calibrated across different banks to ensure resolvability whilst also maintaining a level playing field within the EU and vis-à-vis overseas banks and a sustainable financing capacity for economic growth?
- Can the transition to the new TLAC and MREL requirements be achieved for all banks by 2022 given the proposal eligibility criteria?
- How should breaches of MREL be addressed?
- Will a moratorium tool in the early intervention stage be counterproductive to financial stability?
- Do the risk reduction measures effectively address the sovereign-bank nexus?
- What outstanding issues need to be addressed to complete the crisis management framework?
- What will it take to complete the Banking Union's final pillar: the European Deposit Insurance Scheme?
- Do banks in the EU or even in the Banking Union need internal MREL requirements? When can EU banks avail themselves of the benefits of a single market?
Gunnar Hökmark Member of the European Parliament, Rapporteur on bank recovery and resolution
Jan Ceyssens Member of Cabinet of Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis, European Commission
Gérald Niochaut Director, Recovery and Resolution, BPCE
Thomas Lodder Head of Regulatory Policy, Barclays
Timothy Buenker Senior Policy Adviser, Banking Supervision, European Banking Federation
Jörg Hessenmüller Head of Strategy, Commerzbank
Stefanie Linhardt Europe Editor, The Banker