Case in Brief Against “Chapter 14”

Grohsgal, Bruce
33 ABI Journal 44
May 2014

Bruce Grohsgal summarizes the Dodd-Frank Act’s orderly resolution regime and addresses the core proposals for a new chapter 14. He concludes that the proposed chapter 14 does not mitigate systemic risk, minimize moral hazard, or improve on the Dodd-Frank Act’s prohibitions against bailouts, which are the primary purposes of title II of the Dodd-Frank Act.

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