Davis Polk partner and Financial Institutions Group head Randall D. Guynn has co-authored a new book, Bank Resolution and Crisis Management, Law and Practice (Oxford University Press, 2016), the only comprehensive guide to the new resolution regimes and strategies for resolving banks (both retail and investment), including coverage of the European, U.S. and international frameworks.
The book gives an analysis on the practical application of the new resolution regimes and strategies for resolving banks, including the single-point-of-entry resolution strategy and provides discussion of cases which shaped the formation of the regime, such as the Lehman administration. It contains detailed and up-to-date commentary on key aspects of the European Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, the U.K. Banking Act 2009 new regime plans for the U.K., Title II of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act and proposed new Chapter 14 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The critical analysis of the bank resolution regimes included gives guidance for those managing and designing governance and risk processes.
For more information, see the Oxford University Press website.