WASHINGTON — Although creditors could lose money in the wind-downs of large firms that are authorized by the Dodd-Frank Act, many of them may own a piece of the startup that emerges from the failed company's ashes.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., tasked by Dodd-Frank to run the resolution facility, has discussed preserving certain healthy operations of a failed firm in a new private company.

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