Tag: Dodd-Frank reform


US Financial Regulators Restart Work on Long-Delayed Dodd-Frank Compensation Rules

May 9, 2024

Via: Insurance Journal

A trio of U.S. financial regulators have resumed work on a long-delayed rule-writing project to make executive compensation plans at financial firms more sensitive to risk. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and Federal […]

Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

America’s Shampoo Economy

December 11, 2017

Via: The New York Times

I recently gave an update on America’s economic policy, such as it is, to a group of bankers. I expected a great deal of interest in the Republican tax plan, but instead, they wanted to talk about how costly it […]


House passes Choice Act that would gut Dodd-Frank banking reforms

June 12, 2017


The House of Representatives pushed through a bill Thursday that would gut many of the key banking reforms implemented after the financial crisis. In a primarily partisan vote, the House passed the Financial Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers […]