FDIC

Currency Authority Proposes Ban on Bank Investments in Commercial Metals

U.S. banking regulator seeks to stop banks from trading in metals like copper and aluminum.

Financial Regulators Take Stock and Look Ahead

Wall Street Journal conference in New York brings together prominent regulators and industry insiders for wide-ranging discussions.

GAO Calls on Government Leaders to Revisit Financial Regulatory Reform

Government Accountability Office issues report finding oversight system too fragmented and complex.

The Marijuana Industry’s Access to Banks

Legal scholar offers solutions to regulatory obstacles preventing businesses from using financial institutions.

Financial Regulators Find Heightened Risks in Lending Behavior

Rise in leveraged lending prompts concern among the top U.S. financial regulatory agencies.

The Effect of Income Disparity on Financial Regulation

Scholar worries that pay gap between financial industry and regulators may lead to regulatory failure.

International Approach to Failing Financial Institutions Sought

U.S. and U.K. regulators stress progress on cross-border agreements.

U.S. Declines Insurance Liability for One Trillion in Foreign Bank Deposits

New rule protects the FDIC from liability for foreign deposits in the event of U.S. bank failure.

Former FDIC Head Offers Prescriptions for Fixing Wall Street

In a lecture at Penn, Sheila Bair offers reforms for U.S. financial system.

TARP Overseer Describes “Lost Opportunity” to Increase Small Business Lending

Report blames regulators’ lack of sufficient oversight in reviewing loan applications.

Finance Experts Discuss Future of U.S. Housing System

Penn panel focuses on current housing finance regulatory issues.

Failing at Failure: An Institutional Analysis of Dodd-Frank’s Orderly Liquidation Authority

OLA applies an ill-fitting model to financial distress resolution and produces troubling participatory effects.