'Too Big To Fail' Lives As Regulators Slam Banks' Living Wills

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‘Too Big To Fail’ Lives As Regulators Slam Banks’ Living Wills

‘Too Big To Fail’ Lives As Regulators Slam Banks’ Living Wills

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Eleven of the nation’s largest banks have failed to convince federal regulators they could safely be wound down if they neared failure, government authorities said Tuesday, reinforcing the idea that they are too big to fail.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said October blueprints submitted by banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, detailing how they think they’d be resolved in bankruptcy if they neared collapse were “not credible.” The Federal Reserve, another bank regulator, said the so-called living wills need significant improvement by July 2015 or the government may force them to shrink.

“Each plan being discussed today is deficient and fails to convincingly demonstrate how, in failure, any one of these firms could overcome obstacles to entering bankruptcy without precipitating a financial crisis,” Thomas Hoenig, FDIC vice chairman, said in a statement. “Despite the thousands of pages of material these firms submitted, the plans provide no credible or clear path through bankruptcy that doesn’t require unrealistic assumptions and direct or indirect public support.”

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One Response to “‘Too Big To Fail’ Lives As Regulators Slam Banks’ Living Wills”

  1. The Motherlode says:

    We can thank ELIZABETH WARREN for this action taken by the FDIC and the Fed. She needs to run for Pres.

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