Big U.S. banks said they would chop off Wall Street arms and non-essential units if the companies were to fail, with Charlotte-based Bank of America winding down or selling off its global markets division.
Big U.S. banks said they would chop off Wall Street arms and non-essential units if the companies were to fail, with Charlotte-based Bank of America winding down or selling off its global markets division. Joshua Komer jkomer@charlotteobserver.com
Big U.S. banks said they would chop off Wall Street arms and non-essential units if the companies were to fail, with Charlotte-based Bank of America winding down or selling off its global markets division. Joshua Komer jkomer@charlotteobserver.com

Biggest U.S. banks would sell off brokerage units in hypothetical bankruptcy

July 06, 2015 06:26 PM