The consultation looked broadly at ascertaining how and when the failure of a financial institution other than a bank can cause systemic problems and threaten financial stability. The main institutions considered in this respect were financial market infrastructures, such as central counterparties and central securities depositories, and systemic insurance companies. It also considered what arrangements could be needed to prevent their failure from compromising financial stability.
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