TheTreasury Department and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) should have the power to decide how to resolve systemically important financial companies, the Treasury said Wednesday.
In a press release offering details of proposed legislation, Treasury said the new powers would build on the FDIC's existing authority over banks and thrifts, including allowing the agency to provide financial assistance or place a company into conservatorship and receivership.
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