Resolution Plan Raises Questions

Hopkins, Cheyenne; Adler, Joe
March 2009
American Banker;3/26/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 58, p1
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The article discusses questions that have been raised regarding plans by the U.S. Treasury Dept. to give resolution powers over financial institutions to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC). Specific questions that have been raised regarding these plans are mentioned, including what institutions could get involved with the program and how would a receivership be handled.


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