Experience from the First Years of an Interplay with National Banking Supervision and Resolution
After two years of existence, it is time to focus on what happened in practice for the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM), i.e. in the core of the Banking Union, in Member States and beyond the EU. The workshop gathered as broad a range of perspectives as possible with a variety of countries (ins and outs, including nonparticipating Member States and third countries, crisis and non-crisis countries), levels (national, supra- and international), and backgrounds (academic and supervisory practice).
Partner Jeremy Jennings-Mares presented on the “Subordination of MREL-Eligible Liabilities” during Session #2: “National Case Studies – The ‘Outs’ Perspective.”