During the financial crisis, failure or distress of cross-border firms has been met by ad hoc coordinated solutions (eg Fortis and Dexia) or national solutions (eg UK and US banks).
The role of central banks in financial stability: How has it changed?
Willem Buiter, 16 January 2012
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