Insight: Washington delays big banks from writing wills before a collapse

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Almost six years after Lehman Brothers collapsed, U.S. regulators still haven’t given Wall Street banks individual feedback on how to improve so-called “living wills” that detail how to go bankrupt without spending taxpayer dollars or causing a market panic.

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