Δευτέρα, 25 Μαρτίου 2013

ΕΓΓΡΑΦΟ Εργασίας του Eurogroup που διέρρευσε απο Γεν.Διεύθυνση της Κομισιόν, σχετικά με τον τρόπο κουρέματος καταθέσεων στην Ευρωζώνη.




Η Γενική Διεύθυνση Εσωτερικής Αγοράς και Υπηρεσιών (DG MARKT) είναι μία από τις Γενικές Διευθύνσεις και εξειδικευμένες υπηρεσίες που απαρτίζουν την Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή.

Ο κύριος ρόλος της είναι να συντονίζει την πολιτική της Επιτροπής για την ενιαία ευρωπαϊκή αγορά και να επιδιώκει την άρση των αδικαιολόγητων (κατά την γνώμη της) εμποδίων στις συναλλαγές, ιδίως στον τομέα των υπηρεσιών και των χρηματοπιστωτικών αγορών.

Η Internal Market and Services DG εδρεύει στις Βρυξέλλες και έχει προσωπικό περίπου 500 άτομα, που εργάζονται υπό την πολιτική ευθύνη του Επιτρόπου Michel Barnier και διευθύνεται από τον γενικό διευθυντή Jonathan Faull.

Στο έγγραφο εργασίας, 24 σελίδων που διέρρευσε σχετικά με την διαδικασία του bail-in, περιγράφονται βήμα-βήμα οι τρόποι που θα γίνει, όχι μόνο για την Κύπρο, αλλά για οποιαδήποτε χώρα της Ευρωζώνης, καθώς δίνει όλα τα πιθανά σενάρια.

Άν διαβάσετε το έγγραφο εργασίας και μετά την απόφαση του Eurogroup για την Κύπρο, γίνεται προφανής η όλη επεξεργασία του σχεδίου.

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Ακολουθεί η πλήρης απόφαση του Eurogroup για την Κύπρο

25 March 2013
Eurogroup Statement on Cyprus


The Eurogroup has reached an agreement with the Cypriot authorities on the key elements
necessary for a future macroeconomic adjustment programme. This agreement is supported by all
euro area Member States as well as the three institutions. The Eurogroup fully supports the Cypriot
people in these difficult circumstances.

The programme will address the exceptional challenges that Cyprus is facing and restore the viability
of the financial sector, with the view of restoring sustainable growth and sound public finances over
the coming years.

The Eurogroup welcomes the plans for restructuring the financial sector as specified in the annex.
These measures will form the basis for restoring the viability of the financial sector. In particular, they
safeguard all deposits below EUR 100.000 in accordance with EU principles.
The programme will contain a decisive approach to addressing financial sector imbalances. There will
be an appropriate downsizing of the financial sector, with the domestic banking sector reaching the
EU average by 2018. In addition, the Cypriot authorities have reaffirmed their commitment to step
up efforts in the areas of fiscal consolidation, structural reforms and privatisation.

The Eurogroup welcomes the Terms of Reference for an independent evaluation of the
implementation of the anti-money laundering framework in Cypriot financial institutions, involving
Moneyval alongside a private international audit firm, and is reassured that the launch of the audit is
imminent. In the event of problems in the implementation of the framework, problems will be
corrected as part of the programme conditionality.

The Eurogroup further welcomes the Cypriot authorities' commitment to take further measures.
These measures include the increase of the withholding tax on capital income and of the statutory
corporate income tax rate. The Eurogroup looks forward to an agreement between Cyprus and the
Russian Federation on a financial contribution.

The Eurogroup urges the immediate implementation of the agreement between Cyprus and Greece
on the Greek branches of the Cypriot banks, which protects the stability of both the Greek and
Cypriot banking systems.
The Eurogroup requests the Cypriot authorities and the Commission, in liaison with the ECB, and the
IMF to finalise the MoU at staff level in early April.

The Eurogroup notes the intention of the Cypriot authorities to compensate potential individual
victims of fraudulent practices, in line with established legal and judicial procedures, outside the
programme.
The Eurogroup takes note of the authorities' decision to introduce administrative measures,
appropriate in view of the present unique and exceptional situation of Cyprus' financial sector and to
allow for a swift reopening of the banks. The Eurogroup stresses that these administrative measures
will be temporary, proportionate and non-discriminatory, and subject to strict monitoring in terms
of scope and duration in line with the Treaty.
Against this background, the Eurogroup reconfirms, as stated already on 16 March, that – in principle
- financial assistance to Cyprus is warranted to safeguard financial stability in Cyprus and the euro
area as a whole by providing financial assistance for an amount of up to EUR 10bn.

The Eurogroup
would welcome a contribution by the IMF to the financing of the programme. Together with the
decisions taken by Cyprus, this results in a fully financed programme which will allow Cyprus’ public
debt to remain on a sustainable path.

The Eurogroup expects that the ESM Board of Governors will be in a position to formally approve the
proposal for a financial assistance facility agreement by the third week of April 2013 subject to the
completion of national procedures.


Annex


Following the presentation by the Cyprus authorities of their policy plans, which were broadly
welcomed by the Eurogroup, the following was agreed:


1. Laiki will be resolved immediately - with full contribution of equity shareholders, bond holders and
uninsured depositors - based on a decision by the Central Bank of Cyprus, using the newly adopted
Bank Resolution Framework.


2. Laiki will be split into a good bank and a bad bank. The bad bank will be run down over time.


3. The good bank will be folded into Bank of Cyprus (BoC), using the Bank Resolution Framework,
after having heard the Boards of Directors of BoC and Laiki. It will take 9 bn Euros of ELA with it. Only
uninsured deposits in BoC will remain frozen until recapitalisation has been effected, and may
subsequently be subject to appropriate conditions.


4. The Governing Council of the ECB will provide liquidity to the BoC in line with applicable rules.


5. BoC will be recapitalised through a deposit/equity conversion of uninsured deposits with full
contribution of equity shareholders and bond holders.


6. The conversion will be such that a capital ratio of 9 % is secured by the end of the programme.


7. All insured depositors in all banks will be fully protected in accordance with the relevant EU
legislation.


8. The programme money (up to 10bn Euros) will not be used to recapitalise Laiki and Bank of
Cyprus.
The Eurogroup is convinced that this solution is the best way forward for ensuring the overall viability
and stability of the Cyprus financial system and its capability to finance the Cyprus economy.






ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΑΚΟΜΗ


Ο Πίνακας απο το Eurogroup που διέρρευσε & το Εμπιστευτικό 10σελιδο Memo της Τρόικας.


ΕΓΓΡΑΦΟ ΔΝΤ.Mea Culpa.Παραδέχεται ότι έπεσε έξω στις προβλέψεις του για την Ελλάδα.
http://lefteria-news.blogspot.gr/2013/01/mea-culpa.html


Η ΑΥΘΕΝΤΙΚΗ ΕΠΙΣΤΟΛΗ ΣΑΜΑΡΑ,ΟΠΩΣ ΑΚΡΙΒΩΣ ΕΣΤΑΛΗ ΣΤΟΥΣ ΞΕΝΟΥΣ ΗΓΕΤΕΣ
http://lefteria-news.blogspot.gr/2012/06/blog-post_2897.html

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