A Paradigm’s Progress: The Single Point Of Entry In Bank Resolution Planning

18 January 2017
The CLS Blue Sky Blog: Columbia Law School’s Blog On Corporations And The Capital Markets
In December 2016, the FDIC and the Federal Reserve Board released their assessments of the October 2016 resolution plan submissions made by five systemically important U.S. banking institutions, of which only Wells Fargo failed. One prominent point of speculation by the media was that Wells Fargo had failed to pick up on the assumed preference of the regulators for a single-point-of-entry (“SPOE”) resolution strategy. Read the Article