EU to Toughen Creditor-Loss Rules at Failing Banks From AugustJim Brunsden and Esteban Duarte
The European Union is set to toughen its rules on state support for failing banks from Aug. 1, as it seeks to ensure that private creditors take a hit before taxpayers, and that bailed-out lenders face pay curbs.
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