Bloomberg News
"The reasons it is taking time are there is more than one agency [and] you have a very complex set of institutions with very complex issues," said FDIC Vice Chairman Thomas Hoenig.

Banks Face Deafening Silence on Wind-Down Plans

Regulators' evaluation of last year's "living wills" submitted by the biggest banks was touted as an important step in ending "too big to fail," but the agencies have failed to provide any feedback on previous plans just weeks before the next set are due.

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