Too big to fail #TBTF Bank - Definition - Living Will - Regulatory Reporting Basel #ChartAcc

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - "Too big to fail" is a term that signifies the huge interconnections of certain financial institutions into the economy get so deep that their failure could bring credit crunch. Government takes interest in good health of these banks and ready for providing remedial measures in case of any difficulty. 
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These banks are also called Systemically Important Financial Institution (SIFI). TBTF was used by Stewart McKinney (U.S. Congressman) in a 1984. 

TBTF banks or financial institutions qualify for beneficial financial and economic policies from governments or central banks. 

How Dodd-Frank Act and the Basel rules control TBTF? To know stay connected..

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