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Russian-owned bank failures overshadow EU resolution review

By Justin Pugsley
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The winding down of the European operations of Russian banks could end up costing EU banks and may also influence the current review of the bloc’s bank resolution framework.

The European units of these banks struggled to continue as viable entities under the pressure from wide-ranging sanctions by Western nations ...

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