Analysis, Financial Stability, Regulation & Supervision, Shadow Banking

Regulators spar over how best to safeguard banks

By Bill Lumley
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Bank failures and the rise of shadow banks are worrying regulators, but there is growing discord over the best way to tackle these threats to financial stability.

Michael S Barr, vice chair for supervision at the Federal Reserve, announced long-awaited plans on July 10 to compel ...

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