Sheila Bair, FDIC Chief: "Too Big To Fail" Must End For All

FDIC Chief: End Too Big To Fail

The head of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said on Sunday that she wanted to end the "too big to fail" doctrine and shrink the shadow banking system that operates outside the reach of regulators.

F.D.I.C. Chairman Sheila Bair, speaking to the Institute of International Finance meeting here, said a U.S. proposal to create the authority to shut down failing systemically important financial firms may need to be extended to insurers and hedge funds, Reuters reported.

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