WASHINGTON — Seeking to rebut concerns the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. would use its new resolution powers over large firms to play favorites with creditors, the agency released a proposal Tuesday designed to severely limit who could receive extra relief in a failure.
Under the Dodd-Frank regulatory reform law, the agency was given latitude to treat similar creditors differently when handling the resolution of a systemically risky firm.
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