WASHINGTON — Federal regulators offered more refined instructions Monday to early filers of resolution plans for when they submit second drafts of their "living wills" later this year.

Eleven companies and their subsidiaries were the first test cases in 2012 of federal efforts to get behemoths to plot out how they would be wound down in a failure and strategize on how to make their operations more resolvable. But the early regulatory guidelines for submitting the initial drafts were general.

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