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The [[IMF]] uses the phrase "Too important to fail" (TITF) in a similar way to the phrase "[[Too Big To Fail]]" but with a more catch-all implication.
 
The [[IMF]] uses the phrase "Too important to fail" (TITF) in a similar way to the phrase "[[Too Big To Fail]]" but with a more catch-all implication.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Systemically Important Financial Institution]]
 
* [[Systemically Important Financial Institution]]

Latest revision as of 14:25, 6 May 2016

(TITF).

A financial firm for which the economic and or social consequences of its disorderly failure and liquidation are considered unacceptable to the society within which it operates.

The IMF uses the phrase "Too important to fail" (TITF) in a similar way to the phrase "Too Big To Fail" but with a more catch-all implication.


See also