Regulators struggle to tame issue of "too big to fail"

05/15/2011 | Economist (free content), The

Regulators, politicians and other officials are working to make sure that banking systems worldwide are stable, but also vibrant and innovative. However, fundamental flaws in the system remain. Regulators continue to struggle with the idea that some financial institutions are "too important to fail." Although they have made changes to ensure that major banks do not fail, officials are being cautious.

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