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Proper resolution

30 November 2009 By George Hay

Blueprints for dismantling failing banks are in vogue. The dominant idea is that firms should reorganise into separately capitalised subsidiaries. But that might hurt business without necessarily making things safer. Living wills should be flexible towards bank structures.

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