WASHINGTON — The idea that the government can seize, run and restructure a failing megabank while simultaneously avoiding giving it a bailout or causing systemic chaos has many doubters.

But global regulators are close to striking a deal meant to make resolutions near seamless, which could help rebut the skeptics.

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