Author Topic: January 1, 2016: The New Bank Bail-In System Goes Into Effect In Europe  (Read 1001 times)

Offline Justaguy

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If you have a bank account anywhere in Europe, you need to read this article.  On January 1st, 2016, a new bail-in system will go into effect for all European banks.  This new system is based on the Cyprus bank bail-ins that we witnessed a few years ago.  If you will remember, money was grabbed from anyone that had more than 100,000 euros in their bank accounts in order to bail out the banks.  Now the exact same principles that were used in Cyprus are going to apply to all of Europe.  And with the entire global financial system teetering on the brink of chaos, that is not good news for those that have large amounts of money stashed in shaky European banks.

Below, I have shared part of an announcement about this new bail-in system that comes directly from the official website of the European Parliament.  I want you to notice that they explicitly say that “unsecured depositors would be affected last”.  What they really mean is that any time a bank in Europe fails, they are going to come after private bank accounts once the shareholders and bond holders have been wiped out.  So if you have more than 100,000 euros in a European bank right now, you are potentially on the hook when that bank goes under…

http://investmentwatchblog.com/january-1-2016-the-new-bank-bail-in-system-goes-into-effect-in-europe/

Coming to a bank near you.

They've already put the legislation in place in Canada and the US.
http://www.canadiantimes.ca/ct2/index.php/columnists/dr-mcvety/537-bank-of-canada-governor-mark-carney-canadian-bail-in-may-include-customer-s-deposits
http://www.kitco.com/commentaries/2015-06-22/If-You-Have-Money-in-a-US-Bank-Account-Be-Aware.html

 

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