Direct recapitalisation of banks in Q1 of 2013 is very unlikely according German government source

Direct recapitalisation of banks in Q1 of 2013 is very unlikely according German government source

Says:

– Direct recapitalisation can only begin once an effective single banking supervisor is in place.

– ECB will be responsible for systemically important banks, but will oversee other banks if necessary.

– There will be a mix of supervision between ECB and national supervisors.

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22:51 –
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– Source:

Newswires

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