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Financial Company Bankruptcies: Need to Further Consider Proposalsńˇ╗ Impact on Systemic Risk
Alicia Puente Cackley (au)
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act) mandates that GAO report on an ongoing basis on ways to make the Code more effective in resolving certain failed financial companies. This report examines advantages and disadvantages of certain proposals, based on those identified in GAOńˇ╗s first report, to revise the Code for financial company bankruptcies -- specifically, proposals (1) to change the role of financial regulators in the bankruptcy process; (2) affecting funding of financial company bankruptcies; and (3) to change the safe-harbor treatment of qualified financial contract (QFCs). For this report, GAO held two expert roundtables in which participants evaluated the proposals using criteria for orderly and effective bankruptcies that GAO developed in earlier reports. The criteria are minimizing systemic risk, avoiding asset fire sales, ensuring due process, maximizing value, and limiting taxpayer liability. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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