FDIC

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

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.

Week in Review

Week in Review

GAO report finds USDA needs better data on certain procedures, OSHA publishes proposed silica rule, and more…

Former FDIC Head Offers Prescriptions for Fixing Wall Street

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

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

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

Week in Review

Week in Review

HHS implements provisions of the ACA, CFPB and FDIC reportedly investigate online payday lending, and more.

Finance Experts Discuss Future of U.S. Housing System

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

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.

Roundtable Illuminates Challenges of Implementing the Volcker Rule

Roundtable Illuminates Challenges of Implementing the Volcker Rule

Prominent scholars, practitioners, and policy officials gather to discuss challenges presented by new banking rules.

GAO Says Dodd-Frank Rulemaking Should be Improved

GAO Says Dodd-Frank Rulemaking Should be Improved

Financial regulation needs more rigorous analysis and better interagency communication.

Consumer Choice and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Consumer Choice and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Whether government should prevent consumers from making mistakes remains an open question.

Obama Directs Independent Regulatory Agencies

Obama Directs Independent Regulatory Agencies

Executive order contains strongly worded regulatory reform guidelines.

Week in Review

Week in Review

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