A Different Approach to Fix ‘Too Big to Fail’

hurley11-150x150Corporate Counsel
Cornelius Hurley, School of Law, Center for Finance, Law & Policy

Federal regulators believe that piling more requirements for capital reserves onto banks will fend off the “Too Big To Fail” problem that led to the big bank bailouts of 2008…

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“It will not take long for recalcitrant managers to be challenged by their shareholders demanding the release of this capital through the rightsizing of the institution. Note that it is market discipline, not regulators or politicians, making this happen.”

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