WASHINGTON — The "living wills" process just got real.

More than two years after banks began drafting resolution plans, the Federal Reserve Board and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. this week gave the 11 most complex institutions failing grades. In their first public feedback on banks' progress plotting their wind-downs, they found "shortcomings" for all 11, ordering banks to make significant changes in July 2015 or face regulatory consequences.

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