The Tension between ‘Too Big to Fail’ and Moral Hazard Continues

On the one hand, SIFI designation can restrict banks with tighter rules. On the other hand, the designation could cause some investors and counterparties to view a SIFI as more likely to get bailed out if trouble arises. Regulators continue to struggle to find the right balance.

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