In conjunction with its move to tailor BHC and FBO resolution planning and the broader inter-agency tailoring proposal, the FDIC is rethinking its current resolution-planning rules for large insured depository institutions (IDIs).  Instead of simply adopting the tailoring approach in the other proposals to the IDI standards, the FDIC is exploring several options.  These include establishing its own groups for plan-filing purposes, using the final tailoring standards, or eliminating its current IDI requirements for relatively small, less-complex IDIs.

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