The fight to deregulate goes on and on and…
The Federal Reserve and the FDIC recently issued a proposed rule that could affect insurers considered “too big to fail.” The suggested provisions to the Dodd-Frank Act would require “non-bank financial companies” supervised by the Fed and bank holding companies with assets of $50 billion or more to create “resolution plans” for themselves (often referred to as “living wills”).
Carrier Living Wills
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