Loss absorption amount

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Bank resolution and recovery - capital adequacy.

The loss absorption amount is the component of a bank's Minimum Requirement for own funds and Eligible Liabilities (MREL) which is considered necessary to absorb losses up to and in resolution.

MREL itself comprises the total of a bank's:

  • Loss absorption amount; and
  • Recapitalisation amount.

See also