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State aid: Commission approves Polish scheme for resolution of small commercial and cooperative banks 

The European Commission has authorised under EU state aid rules a resolution scheme in Poland that could be used for small commercial and cooperative banks with total assets of below €3 billion. This is a measure that would be available for such small banks, if they were found to be in distress by the competent national authorities. The approval of the scheme is to facilitate the work of the Polish resolution authorities should a concrete case and need arise. In cases where a small bank is in serious difficulties, this type of scheme allows the prior authorisation of aid, enabling the national authorities to carry out an orderly resolution of that bank. On this basis, the Commission found the Polish scheme to be compatible with EU state aid rules, in particular the 2013 Banking Communication and EU banking rules. The authorisation of aid under the scheme is granted for six months from today until 30 June 2017 and can be prolonged following a report by the Member State and an assessment by the Commission. The non-confidential version of the decision will be made available under the case number SA.46575 in the State Aid Register on the DG Competition website once any confidentiality issues have been resolved. (For more information: Lucia Caudet – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Yizhou Ren – Tel.: +32 229 94889)

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