The Special Resolution Regime established in the Banking Act 2009 confers a number of resolution powers on the Bank of England (BoE) and HM Treasury. The Financial Services (Banking Reform) Act 2013 confers on the BoE a further stabilisation option for the resolution of banks, building societies and investment firms, and certain banking group companies: the bail-in stabilisation option.

HM Treasury has now published a document which summarises the responses to its March 2014 consultation on bail-in powers implementation.

View Bail-in powers implementation: summary of responses, 12 December 2014