Capco: Resolution Planning: Will Your Bank’s Plan Pass The Credibility Test?

As required by the Dodd-Frank Act, the largest U.S. banks have submitted resolution plans (aka living wills) to the federal government describing their strategy in the event of bankruptcy. The plans are intended to help prevent a replay of the turmoil following the 2008 financial crisis. The banks now await “credibility letters” from the government, which will signal what regulators consider to be an acceptable resolution strategy. A minimalist approach is not likely to be adequate. In 2013

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