WASHINGTON — Three nonbank giants, recently designated as "systemically important" by federal regulators, have joined their banking counterparts in drafting blueprints for how they could be unwound in a failure.

The firms — General Electric Capital Corp. and the insurance giants American International Group and Prudential Financial — submitted first drafts of their so-called "living wills" this week to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and Federal Reserve Board.

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