Bank of England sets out how it will resolve failed institutions

The Bank of England is today publishing its approach to resolving a failed bank, building society or investment firm. Resolution is the process by which the authorities can intervene to manage the failure of a firm.
Published on 23 October 2014

The need for a robust set of resolution arrangements was made clear during the financial crisis. Given the risks to financial stability that would have arisen had individual institutions been allowed to fail and enter normal insolvency, it was necessary for the public authorities to intervene to limit the disruption, including by providing public funds to recapitalise some banks.

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