Bad banks

The global financial crisis has led to a resurgence of interest in and indeed use of the concept of ‘bad banks’. In essence a bad bank is created when a troubled bank is divided into a ‘good bank’ that can readily be sold or recapitalized at a cost acceptable to the shareholders/creditors, and a ‘ba...

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Main Author: David G. Mayes
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Place of publication: Edward Elgar Publishing 31.10.2012
published in: Handbook of Critical Issues in Finance pp. 13 - 18
Data of publication: 20121031
ISBN: 1849803706
EISBN: 1849805954
Discipline: Business
Series: Elgar original reference
Online Access: Fulltext
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