The group-level resolution authority shall organise a dialogue on the draft group resolution plan and resolvability assessment with the resolution authorities of subsidiaries in a timely manner pursuant to Article 61(2)(i), however no later than within the time limit specified in the joint decision timetable.
The dialogue shall include issues of assessment of the group's resolvability and shall facilitate the identification of possible substantive impediments to resolvability, taking into account any observations submitted by the Union parent undertaking. For that purpose, the group-level resolution authority shall inform the resolution authorities of subsidiaries on its own assessment on the resolvability of the group and shall take into account the opinion expressed by other college members.
Based on the dialogue referred to in paragraph 1, the group-level resolution authority shall finalise the group resolution plan and the performance of the resolvability assessment. Changes applied to the draft group resolution plan and resolvability assessment shall reflect the outcome of the dialogue.
Where substantive impediments to resolvability are identified Article 76(1) applies.
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