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Olli Rehn: EU Commission prepares directive to seize bank deposits above €100,00

The idea to bail-in banks with depositors’ money will soon be more than just an idea – or a “Cyprus template” as Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said two weeks ago. It will be decided through an EU directive, as economic affairs commissioner Olli Rehn announced on Saturday in a television interview.

[block]“Big bank depositors could take a hit under planned European Union law if a bank fails, the EU’s economic affairs chief Olli Rehn said on Saturday, but noted that Cyprus’s bailout model was exceptional.

“Cyprus was a special case … but the upcoming directive assumes that investor and depositor liability will be carried out in case of a bank restructuring or a wind-down,” Rehn, the European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner, said in a TV interview with Finland’s national broadcaster YLE.

“But there is a very clear hierarchy, at first the shareholders, then possibly the unprotected investments and deposits. However, the limit of 100,000 euros is sacred, deposits smaller than that are always safe.”
The European Commission is currently drafting a directive on bank safety which would incorporate the issue of investor liability in member states’ legislation.

To secure a 10 billion euro EU/IMF bailout last month, Cyprus forced heavy losses on wealthier depositors. Initially it had also pledged to introduce a levy on deposits of less than 100,000 euros – even though they are supposedly protected by state guarantees – before reneging in the face of widespread protests.

Rehn also said that the European Central Bank should launch fresh action to help boost the recession-hit euro zone economy.” (REUTERS via Businessinsider)[/block]

Rescuing banks’ bad management with citizen’s money? No thanks :)

PS Until German Chancellor Angela Merkel runs for elections again in September 2013, the European Union and the Eurozone will have been totally fallen apart. If she wins the elections, she can sit alone on her beloved euro…

BTW: If we, Europeans, are to have Merkel as the Super-Europe ruler, we should also be allowed to vote in Germany, shouldn’t we?


http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2013/04/06/olli-rehn-eu-commission-prepares-directive-to-seize-bank-deposits-above-e100000/
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