Bankruptcy and Financial Distress Litigation

Resolution of Failed Banks

Resolution of Failed Banks

When resolving failed banks, national authorities typically face a variety of options that have different implications for depositors, creditors, and other financial claimants. NERA economists use their expertise in the economics of banking and financial markets to evaluate the causes of bank failures, as well as the consequences of different actions taken by regulatory authorities. In the case of large, systemically important financial institutions, NERA economists have also evaluated the macroeconomic consequences of policy choices taken to address financial distress.

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