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“Typically thoughtful but provocative statement by Dennis Kelleher, one of the behind-the-scenes architects of the Dodd-Frank law and now head of the advocacy group Better Markets. Kelleher told Morning Exchange that U... Read More
Breathing life into living wills, the FDIC and Fed determined that five of the nation's largest banks' resolution plans are "not credible": The FDIC and Fed released their much anticipated evaluation... Read More
"Sir, Jamie Dimon’s annual letter to JPMorgan Chase shareholders makes many good points but fails to connect the dots (“JPMorgan’s Dimon warns of threat to biggest US banks”, April 9). Mr Dimon... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, April 18, 2016 Contact: Nick Jacobs, 202-618-6430 or njacobs@bettermarkets.com Washington, D.C. – Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued this statement on the... Read More
"With the Department of Justice announcing its latest multi-billion-dollar settlement with a too-big-to-fail bank — Goldman Sachs this time — the question we all must be asking is, "Does this mean that... Read More
"Forty years before Tom Hoenig reached the upper echelons of bank regulation, he was drafted to fight in the Vietnam war. A talented mathematician, he was put to work in an artillery unit doing the calculations that gun... Read More
A big win for the American people:  With all of the power, money, lobbyists, and connections of Wall Street, it's easy to be cynical and think that no progress can be made. But, it's not true. Progress can... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Contact: Shanessa Bryant, 202-618-6433 or sbryant@bettermarkets.com Washington, D.C. – Following the announcement today from federal regulators that the “... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, April 12, 2016 Contact: Shanessa Bryant, 202-618-6433 or sbryant@bettermarkets.com Washington, D.C. – Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued the following... Read More
"State and federal officials said on Monday that Goldman Sachs would pay $5.1 billion to settle accusations of wrongdoing before the financial crisis." "But that is just on paper. Buried in the fine print are... Read More
"Lot of react to the nameless banker who ripped Treasury for its reaction to the judge’s ruling tossing out the Met Life SIFI designation. Per a former agency official: “FSOC spent over a year deliberating... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, April 11, 2016 Contact: Shanessa Bryant, 202-618-6433 or sbryant@bettermarkets.com Washington, D.C. – Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued this statement on... Read More
"The $14 trillion retirement industry is about to undergo a major overhaul: Brokers for the first time will be forced to consider the best interest of their clients — rather than the brokers’ own fees... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 7, 2016 Contact: Shanessa Bryant, 202-618-6433 or sbryant@bettermarkets.com Washington, DC — Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, released the following statement... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, April 6, 2016 Contact: Shanessa Bryant, 202-618-6433 or sbryant@bettermarkets.com Washington, D.C. –  Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets, issued this statement... Read More
"The federal court decision last week to remove the “too big to fail” label from MetLife, the insurance giant, may or may not turn out to be a factor in a future financial crisis. But it is a setback to... Read More
"U.S. finance chiefs often grumble about the tough rules imposed by the Dodd-Frank reforms that followed the 2008 crisis. But most went along with the various strictures, wary of fuelling another bout of anti-Wall... Read More
"The public advocacy group Better Markets is calling on a federal court to explain why it has decided to seal an opinion, delivered Wednesday, that struck down MetLife's designation as a systemically risky nonbank... Read More
"Better Markets filed in court an updated version of its still-pending request for transparency in MetLife v. Financial Stability Oversight Council. On March 30, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the District of... Read More
"Opponents of the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul won an important battle on Wednesday as a federal judge here stripped the “too big to fail” label from the insurance company MetLife. "With memories... Read More

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