In the aftermath of the financial crisis, the European Union designed a new legislative and institutional framework to manage banking crises. This new framework is an answer to the situation where the banks could have been perceived as “too big to fail”. It aims to make a bank failure possible without any public bail-out while […]
Vincent Decroocq is a Senior Resolution Expert at the Single Resolution Board (SRB) where he is in charge of resolution planning for several banks and involved in policy developments like the SRB policy on the Minimum Requirement for Own Fund and Eligible Liabilities (MREL). He previously worked at the European Commission and at the French Prudential and Resolution Authority (ACPR). He has a strong background in accounting and prudential policy matters. Vincent more particularly worked on the development and the endorsement of the new standard on financial instrument: IFRS 9. He has also a sound experience in banking supervision where he worked several years both off-site and on-site.