TLAC bond requirements get tougher – will investors still want them?

Total Loss Absorbing Capital (TLAC) is a core element of the Basel regulatory capital regime, which sets minimum liquidity reserve standards for banks.  Banks are now issuing qualifying debt instruments – TLAC bonds – but written into regulation and into the prospectus of this class of bonds are two growing problems no one seems to have predicted.
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