The ideal solution for the too-big-to-fail problem is to allow firms to fail in an orderly manner through an improved Bankruptcy Code.
Michael Bright and Ed DeMarco’s proposal to end the conservatorship of the GSEs would use the Ginnie Mae platform to create a new secondary mortgage market.
The Fed and the FDIC gave the five banks whose plans were deemed “not credible” until October 1 to make them acceptable to those agencies.
Why President Obama Likely Will Nominate a Republican for Two Terms on the SEC and a Democrat for One
Republican nominees to the SEC (and the CFTC) usually take the place of Republican commissioners, and Democrats usually replace Democrats.
Insurance is fundamentally different from banking. Each has its own specific models and practices, risk profiles, risk-management strategies, and regulatory regimes.
A new report offers insights about the differences between two key sectors to help guide policymakers through the changing landscape of federal regulation.
Dodd-Frank requires all banks with consolidated assets greater than $50 billion (often called “bank SIFIs”) to submit living wills.
Vacancies are slowly piling up and little action has been taken to fill them. There are currently five vacancies at independent financial regulatory agencies.