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FDIC's Proposed Rules on Resolution Authority

posted by Stephen Lubben

My take, up on Dealbook. I've also authored a comment letter on the topic. The point is not to question the creation of a separate resolution authority -- that's already done -- but to question the creation of a whole new set of rules, that are largely the same but just so slightly different from those applied in chapter 11.


Who IS drafting the new FDIC resolution authority regs? And by "who" I mean of course which lobbying firm?

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