WASHINGTON — The creation of a fund to pay for the resolution of a systemically important institution is turning into one of the more difficult challenges in the regulatory reform debate.

Although the House and the Senate bills currently would require an assessment on larger institutions after a systemic collapse, the House Financial Services Committee is expected to shift to a prepaid system that would force firms to pay into a new fund prior to a large failure.

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