Posts Tagged ‘Simon Johnson’

U.S. Weighs Doubling Leverage Standard for Biggest Banks

U.S. Weighs Doubling Leverage Standard for Biggest Banks

By Yalman Onaran U.S. regulators are considering doubling a minimum capital requirement for the largest banks, which could force some of them to halt dividend payments. The standard would increase the amount of capital [...]

Why Too-Big-To-Fail Is Not Over

Why Too-Big-To-Fail Is Not Over

by Steve Denning “The Debate on Bank Size Is Over,” writes Simon Johnson in his New York Times column.  “The decision to cap the size of the largest banks has been made. All that remains [...]

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