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Any policy aimed at resolution of a banking crisis determines which constituents – depositors, creditors, shareholders, the banking industry, and society as a whole – eventually bear the costs associated with a banking crisis, thus giving rise to legitimacy and accountability concerns. Rather than what the recent financial crisis has engendered – mostly ad hoc reactions that socialize losses but not profits – what is required, this incisive analysis shows, is an equitable and viable resolution framework, based on burden sharing, enshrined in law, and designed to deal with bank failures in a way that balances private and public interests. The author explores the design, institutional framework, and practical functioning of such a legal regime under EU law. In the process she discusses such issues as the following: