"Too big to fail" issue persists, regulators say

03/14/2013 | Reuters

Systemically important financial institutions worldwide remain a concern as reform has failed to ensure that they will not need a taxpayer-funded rescue, regulators and other officials say. "It is difficult to see any major systemically important financial institution being allowed to go under," said Manmohan Singh, senior economist with the International Monetary Fund.

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