Switzerland's Jordan: too-big-to-fail a priority

The solution of the too-big-to-fail problem is the main task for Swiss financial regulators, said Thomas Jordan, a member of the country's central bank's governing board.

Jordan said that the issue was especially crucial for Switzerland with its huge financial sector. He said that part of the solution should inevitably be the development of a legal resolution regime for systemically-important institutions.

He made the speech on 14 May.

Click here to read the speech (only available in German)

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