Bank crisis plans strike discordant note
Symphony or cacophony?
U.S. and UK regulators are sensibly singing from the same hymn-sheet on how to deal with failing global banks. Yet they sound out of tune with other regulatory calls for subsidiarisation. More global conducting is needed to create workable cross-border resolution schemes.
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