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The Bank Recovery and Resolution Order 2016

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Recovery of expenses

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14.  After section 48W (reverse transfer), insert—

Bail-in option: recovery of expenses

48WA.(1) The Bank of England may, in relation to the exercise of the bail-in option, direct a relevant bank to pay the Bank of England a fee to cover expenses reasonably incurred by the Bank in connection with exercising that option.

(2) The Treasury may direct a relevant bank to pay the Treasury a fee to cover expenses reasonably incurred by the Treasury in connection with the exercise by the Bank of England of the bail-in option in relation to the relevant bank.

(3) For the purposes of this section—

(a)a “relevant bank” is a bank in relation to which the Bank of England has made—

(i)a resolution instrument under section 12A(2),

(ii)a supplemental resolution instrument under section 48U(2), or

(iii)an instrument containing special bail-in provision under section 48B,

(b)the exercise of the bail-in option includes making any instrument containing special bail-in provision under section 48B..

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