WASHINGTON — While the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. made significant progress Wednesday toward building its new resolution regime, it left a key component still on the table.
As Sheila Bair presided over her last board meeting as FDIC chairman, the agency deferred action on requiring firms to chart their own failures, saying it needed more time to hone the rule on "living wills" with the Federal Reserve Board.
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