The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is pushing for changes to derivatives contracts that would make it easier to wind down a major bank.

The agency joined with British, German and Swiss authorities to urge the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, a trade group, to include language in derivatives contracts that would delay the closing of those contracts in case of the failure of a global systematically important financial institution.

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