Too-Big-to-Fail Prevention Is Tested in Post-Crisis IcelandOmar R. Valdimarsson
Iceland was brought to the brink of bankruptcy when its biggest banks failed four years ago. Now, the site of the world’s most spectacular financial collapse is becoming a pioneer in banking reform.
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