Proposed US/UK resolution strategy – more questions than answers: We are a long way from a global resolution regime

December 2012
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Proposed US/UK resolution strategy – more questions than answers: We are a long way from a global resolution regime

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The FDIC’s Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee held an open meeting concerning a Joint Paper by the FDIC and Bank of England which proposed a joint US/UK resolution regime for globally systemically important financial institutions. This FS Regulatory Brief highlights key points from the Joint Paper and places them within the broader context of the Federal Reserve action.

The FDIC’s Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee held an open meeting on December 10, 2012 spotlighting a Joint Paper by the FDIC and Bank of England which proposed a joint US/UK resolution regime for globally systemically important financial institutions.

This FS Regulatory Brief highlights key points from the Joint Paper and places them within the broader context of the Federal Reserve action.

To read this FS Regulatory Brief, please click here.


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