The aim of this paper is to evaluate whether, and to what extent, the Single Resolution Board – a specific Union agency with a specific structure corresponding to its tasks – departs from the model of Union agencies stemming from the Meroni doctrine. To this end, it first defines, in general terms, Union agencies and resolution for banks. Secondly, it analyses the main features and the legal personality of the SRB. Thirdly, the paper examines the external dimension of the SRB, with particular regard to its relation with non-participating Member States, the EBA and third countries as well as to the recognition and enforcement of third country resolution proceedings.
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