WASHINGTON — Despite an array of proposals to end "too big to fail," the concept is certain to survive regulatory reform.

Proposed solutions run the gamut from higher capital and liquidity requirements for large and complex banking companies — as well as enhanced oversight — to higher taxes and curbs on growth and risk-taking. While there is no doubt that such moves would soften the blow if a behemoth fell, none would eliminate the problem.

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