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Arnaboldi highlights the significance of 1 of the 3 pillars of the Banking Union, the typical mechanism for insuring deposits. She claims that built-in monetary markets require a eu answer with reference to deposit coverage and that the institution of a pan-European scheme may well tackle the issues for giant cross-border banks.
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5). 4 per cent) to figures all below 10 per cent in France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Indeed, the market share of foreign banks in the big four is only one-third of the EU18 average.
There is not yet an agreement on how the SRF should be filled by banks and how the contributions are to be organized in concrete terms. The established banking union does not include a single European deposit insurance scheme (the ‘third pillar’) and thus the system in place is still limited. However, the intergovernmental agreement on the SRF includes a ‘repatriation clause’ stating that the substance of the agreement should be integrated into the legal framework of the EU within 10 years, at most, of its entry into force.
The recommendation sets limits on large exposures: credit institutions may not incur an exposure to a client or group of connected clients when its percentage value exceeds 40 per cent of own funds and may not incur large exposures which in the aggregate exceed 800 per cent of own funds. 0009 The European Financial Framework The Directive included a so-called safeguard clause, allowing member states to take protective measures when short-term capital movements of exceptional size negatively affected the conduct of monetary policy.