The proposal would raise the regulatory burden on the eight most systemically important U.S. banks, especially compared to the large regional banks.
If Trump won the White House and issued an Indiana-style order, it would not have the same potential consequences for existing or new rules.
BPC’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative highlights news articles, papers and other important work which illuminate current and new thinking within financial regulation.
The testimony may place special emphasis on emerging threats that have been in the news recently, most notably cybersecurity and international concerns.
President Obama’s budget may allow relatively new lawmakers their first crack at working seriously on a budget.
With Republicans taking control of both the Senate and the House, the new leadership has promised to show that they can work together and with Democrats – and actually get stuff done.
BPC’s forum on the “Implications of GSE Reform for the Federal Budget and National Debt” provided a primer on how the federal government currently accounts for the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and the budgetary impact of proposals…