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As a response to experiences in the financial crisis of 2008, many countries have enacted regulations with which banks at risk of default can be resolved in an orderly manner without the taxpayer’s exposure to losses. As a result, shareholders and creditors of banks can incur losses in the event of a resolution. You can find out more below (please note that the document is in German).