WASHINGTON — As Congress continues to work on a resolution regime for systemically important institutions, a parallel debate is emerging over whether such cleanups should be global efforts.
Several options for cross-border coordination are on the table, and the International Monetary Fund is studying the feasibility of charging a tax on internationally active institutions to help governments recoup resolution costs.
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