The Financial Times has published a very neat visualisation of the global banks bailouts net impact to-date:
And the snapshot magnifying European states impact:
None of the Euro area states have recovered all funds deployed in bailing out the banks. And the worst performer of all states is Ireland.
Note: the chart references bailouts as a share of GDP. Of course, in the case of Ireland and Cyprus, GDP is by a mile (in the case of Ireland, by about one third) is unrepresentative of the actual national income available to sustain these.
Another note: the three worst-hit countries, Ireland, Greece and Cyprus, all remain deeply under water when it comes to recovering funds spent in the bailouts, even though the three had, on the surface, different bailout regimes applied. Specifically, Cyprus (and to a lesser extent, Greece) was supposed to be a model bailout, serving as the basis for the future bailouts across the Euro area (including structured bail-ins of private depositors).
So much for the hope of the Euro area 'reforms' working... And so much for the end of the Crisis...