Bad bank


Bad bank
A bad bank is a company set up in order to receive (by contribution or transfer) anomalous receivables. A bank sets up a new company whose capital it controls. Part of the bank’s receivable portfolio is transferred to the new company. The receivables transferred are anomalous, toxic, or non-performing; for this reason the new company is called a bad bank.
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