WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on Monday announced plans for two "working group" meetings this year with European Commission officials to discuss cross-border resolution efforts and other issues related to international coordination.

The agency provided very rough details about the first such meeting that took place Feb. 20, at which topics included a recent EC proposal on resolving financial firms, the FDIC's development of new powers to wind down global companies and "deposit guarantee regimes."

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