WASHINGTON — Four years after the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. launched an elaborate deposit insurance pricing system, the agency has gone back to the drawing board.
Citing the origins of the financial crisis, the agency Tuesday proposed a new system for setting large-bank assessments that relies less on current financial performance and more on the potential for future problems.
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