Petrou, Karen Shaw

Five of the world’s largest banks have failed to satisfy US regulators that, in the event of a financial calamity, their plans of action are up to scratch. Following a damning assessment in April, the race is on to consolidate their recovery and resolution plans in time for the fast-approaching October deadline, or face the regulatory axe. By Farah Khalique

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