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Post-resolution treatment of depositors at failed banks: implications for the severity of banking crises, systemic risk, and too big to fail

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  • George G. Kaufman
  • Steven A. Seelig

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Losses from bank failures have significant adverse implications for bank stakeholders, as well as for the macroeconomy. This article examines the potential sources of such losses, in particular the losses that may occur after the date a bank is failed, and makes recommendations on how to minimize these losses.

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  • George G. Kaufman & Steven A. Seelig, 2002. "Post-resolution treatment of depositors at failed banks: implications for the severity of banking crises, systemic risk, and too big to fail," Economic Perspectives, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, vol. 26(Q II), pages 27-41.
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    7. George G. Kaufman, 2003. "A proposal for efficiently resolving out-of-the-money swap positions at large insolvent banks," Working Paper Series WP-03-01, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

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