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29 May 2013 By Neil Unmack, Peter Thal Larsen

Regulators want bondholders to be on the hook – bailed in – when banks fail. But as lenders tie up more of their assets in secured funding, it’s harder for unsecured creditors to price risk. For markets to work, banks must be clearer about what assets they’ve pledged, and where.

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