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Too-Big-to-Fail: Banks Get Bigger After Dodd-Frank

White Paper Published By: Bloomberg Government
Bloomberg Government
Published:  Sep 19, 2011
Type:  White Paper
Length:  26 pages

In this revealing study, Bloomberg Government exposes how the Dodd-Frank law includes a provision that could allow the largest financial firms, even those subject to concentration limits, to grow even larger. That could occur during a future crisis, when those firms will have the most flexibility to take control of failed firms. As a result, large banks will continue to grow disproportionately to other banks.

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