Europes Emerging Bad Banks: Opportunities for Investors
July 08, 2009
Conor Downey, Alberto Del Din, Hergen Haas and David Lacaze
Across Europe governments are establishing so-called bad banks to assist their banking sectors to overcome their current difficulties. A number of these schemes plan to build on technology developed in the US by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Resolution Trust Corporation.
In this Stay Current, lawyers from the Paul Hastings European Finance, Real Estate and Restructuring practices explore the challenges and opportunities that arise for investors and other interested parties in the operation of bad banks in Europe. A companion Stay Current considers the issues that arise in the creation of these structures.