Euro-Style Bail-In Plan Means Bondholder Wipe-Out: Brazil CreditRaymond Colitt and Matthew Malinowski
Brazil is drafting rules that would wipe out some creditors of failing banks in an effort to avoid taxpayer rescues, echoing European proposals to make bondholders shoulder more costs after three bailouts in as many years.
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