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The ebook presents a complete research from mathematical, criminal and monetary views at the pricing of hybrids.

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Therefore, CET1 instruments must create a homogeneous CRD IV Package Legal Framework 29 category of items in terms of subordination. This requirement excludes preference shares from the CET1 category, as the privileged character of these instruments are expressed, inter alia, by their seniority over common shares. As a consequence, preference shares may only be qualified as AT1 financial instruments if they meet the requirements set out in CRR Article 52(1). 3. Deduction mechanism In order to avoid the risk of contagion1 in the highly interconnected financial system, a CRR has to provide a mechanism whereby the failure of one institution has a limited impact on the entire financial system.

5%. 5% of their RWA. 5%, depending on the amount of C-CB. In case of SIFIs it would be between 8% and 13%, for SIFI Surcharge would also have to be composed exclusively of CET1 items. This initial proposal was amended by FSB in November 2014 and detailed on February 2015. The amount of TLAC for SiFIs will rise and finally it will amount to 16–20% of risk-weighted assets. The FSB realizes that it is impossible for this new extra loss absorption amount to be composed from common equity instruments.

To date, these requirements are still too imprecise and it is still undecided when it will start to apply, but 2019 is mentioned as one of possible dates as it is when CRR requirements will be fully loaded. 12. Comparison of different conversion into equity mechanisms At first glance convertible (CB), reverse convertible (RC) and contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds are quite similar debt securities. All of them are based on a straight fixed coupon bond. All are additionally equipped with an equity conversion mechanism.

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