Solving the "Too Big to Fail" Problem: Resolution Authority vs. Chapter 14 - Podcast

Financial Services & E-Commerce Practice Group Podcast

July 13, 2012

Randall Guynn, David Schraa, David Skeel, John L. Douglas

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  Solving the "Too Big to Fail" Problem:  Resolution Authority vs. Chapter 14 - MP3
Running Time: 01:01:45

Too Big to FailWith the passage of Dodd-Frank, Congress and the administration are proudly announcing the end of "Too Big To Fail." But has it really ended?  Will the Dodd-Frank tools work in a crisis?  Would a revised bankruptcy code actually work better, providing more transparency and greater certainty to creditors?  And is the rest of the world only paying lip service to the concept as we watch the Europeans bail out their banks without the slightest degree of hesitation?  Our experts provide their thoughts on these and other issues on this previously recorded conference call.


  • Mr. Randall D. Guynn, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP
  • Mr. David J. Schraa, Institute of International Finance
  • Prof. David A. Skeel, University of Pennsylvania Law School
  • Moderator: Mr. John L. Douglas, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

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