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Resolution and Recovery Planning

  • Regulation and Resolution: Toward A Unified Theory

    Greg Baer

    Single point of entry places bank holding companies as the source of strength for insured depositories and nonbank affiliates. As a result, a range of regulations may be redundant or have unintended cumulative effects. The current state of regulation should be carefully analyzed to avoid constraining economic growth.
  • Multiple Point of Entry: The Forgotten Alternative

    James Chew

    While single point of entry may be a preferred resolution strategy for certain banks, multiple point of entry may be more appropriate for those banks with a significant global footprint and many subsidiaries.
  • Toward a Preferred Path: SIFI Resolution Under Title II

    Randall Guynn, and Reena Sahni

    Uncertainty about how the FDIC would apply the Orderly Liquidation Authority weakens the viability of post-crisis reform. The FDIC should build on its recent “Single Point of Entry Notice” by clarifying a “preferred path” for Title II resolutions.
  • For the Record

    In this issue, former FDIC General Counsel Michael Krimminger shares his thoughts on the importance of a workable resolution framework.