Attracting Private Investment In EU Bank Recapitalization

Law360, New York (October 07, 2011, 2:31 PM ET) -- As governments across Europe contemplate the recapitalization of their banking sectors, one important goal will be attracting private capital investments. The U.S. is significantly further along in the recapitalization of its banks than other jurisdictions, and the relative successes and failures of its programs have been studied by foreign regulators.

Keeping in mind the availability of different tools to regulators in different jurisdictions, a brief review of the U.S. experience with the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), private equity investments, public-private partnerships and Federal Deposit Insurance...
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