Managing in resolution and ensuring the funding of an extremely complex balance sheet
Dexia is the only bank in resolution to have retained its banking status. It is managed in accordance with the orderly resolution plan validated by the European Commission in December 2012.
As such, the Group no longer has any commercial activity and manages a considerable and highly complex balance sheet. Management in resolution aims to avoid any systemic risk and any further recourse to French and Belgian taxpayers.
Dexia is placed, as a “Less Significant Institution” (LSI) within the framework of the single supervisory mechanism, under the supervision of the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR), as the consolidating supervisor, and the National Bank of Belgium (NBB).
The Belgian and French States hold most of Dexia's capital, following a EUR 5.5 billion capital increase in December 2012.
The shareholder states also guarantee Dexia Crédit Local's debt issues up to a maximum of EUR 75 billion, a mechanism which enables Dexia to obtain funding on the markets.
Dexia is the Group's parent company, based in Brussels
Dexia Crédit Local in the Group's main operating entity, based in Paris