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Global regulators reach agreement on bail-in bonds plan for top banks

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09/26/2015 | 08:40am EST
The Canary Wharf financial district is seen at dusk in east London

LONDON (Reuters) - Global regulators have reached a draft agreement on a rule on stopping banks from being "too big to fail" by requiring them to hold enough equity capital and bonds to avoid taxpayers being called on in a crisis.

The proposed standard is known as total loss absorbency capacity or TLAC and Bank of England governor Mark Carney -- who chairs the global regulatory Financial Services Board (FSB) -- has described it as the last major reform after the 2007-09 financial crisis forced governments to shore up lenders.

The rule will apply to nearly all the 30 big banks that the FSB has deemed to be "globally systemic" such as Goldman Sachs (>> Goldman Sachs Group Inc), Deutsche Bank (>> Deutsche Bank AG) and HSBC (>> HSBC Holdings plc).

"At today's meeting FSB members discussed the TLAC impact assessments, and agreed the draft final principles and the updated term sheet," the FSB said in a statement late on Friday.

The FSB did not publish details of the agreement, but a source familiar with the deal said it mirrored proposals made at a G20 meeting in Ankara earlier this month.

That would see the two-stage introduction of a buffer of debt from 2019 that can be "bailed in" to raise equity equivalent to 16 percent of a bank's risk-weighted assets, the source said, rising to 20 percent from 2022.

The FSB said members supported consistent implementation of the robust minimum standard, adding that the TLAC standard and its timelines would be finalised by the time of the G20 Summit in November.

Separately, the FSB also approved the first version of a similar rule for major insurers, the Higher Loss Absorbency standard, which requires them to hold an extra buffer on top of the basic capital requirements.

(Additional reporting by Ankush Sharma in Bengaluru and Huw Jones in London; Writing by David Milliken; Editing by Helen Popper)

By William Schomberg

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