NO CLE - Resolving Complex Financial Institutions: Chapter 14, OLA and Living Wills

Are any financial institutions “too big to fail”? Since the financial crisis of 2008, governments, financial institutions, practitioners and academics have debated, proposed and in some instances implemented provisions to reduce the likelihood that a failure by a systemically important financial institution would cause systemic risk. This panel will discuss the failures of U.S. financial institutions and the current and prospective measures to facilitate the resolution of these institutions without transmitting risk to the U.S. financial system.

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