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Living wills proposals met with dismay by large US banks

By Bill Lumley
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Plans by US regulators to impose “harmful” long-term debt obligations on large banks have come under attack from industry bodies.

The Federal Reserve has published a consultation on ‘living wills’ – a bank’s strategy for orderly resolution in the event of material financial distress –

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