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Whether voting for or against Senate bill 2155, people should know the facts: this legislation would relax – or do away with entirely – some of the most important financial stability rules on 26 of the country... Read More
26 of the largest banks in the world stand to be the big winners under S. 2155. Many of the same megabanks that needed trillions of dollars in taxpayer-funded bailouts less than a decade ago[1] will get “relief”... Read More
Section 165 of the Dodd-Frank Act requires the Federal Reserve (Fed) to establish regulatory standards based on individualized risk analysis for bank holding companies with assets greater than $50 billion that are more... Read More
INET 2018 Conference Edinburgh, Scotland   Reawakening: From the Origins of Economic Ideas to the Challenges of Our Time Panel: Doubling Down on Failure: Subsidizing More One-Way Bets?   Financial... Read More
INTRODUCTION Decades ago, the United States Supreme Court and the lower federal courts established the basic principles governing judicial review of agency rulemaking under the Administrative Procedure Act.  Those... Read More
Presented at the Global Shareholder Activism Conference November 30-December 1, 2017 Dennis M. Kelleher President and CEO Better Markets, Inc.[1] www.bettermarkets.com       ... Read More
INET 2018 Conference Edinburgh, Scotland   Reawakening: From the Origins of Economic Ideas to the Challenges of Our Time Panel: Doubling Down on Failure: Subsidizing More One-Way Bets?   Financial Reform Is... Read More
A new report by the Securities and Exchange Commission’s professional staff demolishes industry claims that Dodd-Frank and the Volcker Rule have harmed capital formation and liquidity. The exhaustive report[1] covers... Read More
Congress gave the Department of Labor (“DOL”) – not the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) -- the legal authority and responsibility to write a fiduciary duty rule for retirement advice... Read More
  FACT SHEET:  DECISION IN METLIFE V. FSOC, NO. 16-5188 (D.C. CIR. AUG. 1, 2017) STANDING UP FOR TRANSPARENCY, ACCESS TO COURT RECORDS, AND THE PUBLIC’S RIGHT TO KNOW,  THE D.C. CIRCUIT COURT... Read More

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