WASHINGTON — For weeks, Republicans have argued that creditors would benefit if lawmakers granted government regulators the power to unwind companies that pose a threat to the financial system.

But as the House prepares to vote on a massive regulatory reform bill this week, creditors oppose the measure, arguing that the existing bankruptcy process is clearer, allows them to negotiate payments and includes an independent judicial review.

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