Confronting Too Big To Fail With Reorganization Bonds
Higher capital requirements and annual stress tests hopefully make another financial meltdown less likely, and living wills might help with the orderly dissolution of individual banks when the next crisis hits, but no one really believes the government will let the financial system collapse if we have another 2007-style failure. Attempts to move beyond too big to fail have a . . .
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