By Abel M. Mateus on August 15, 2013

Our latest Fin Reg Digest visits the ever hotter discussions regarding the new Fed Chair, unexpected consequences from regulation, the Fin Reg crime desk, and an assortment of articles that includes the CFPB, the Bank of England, and LIBOR. Read it all here.

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By Abel M. Mateus on August 1, 2013

This week we’re asking a truly crucial question: Are banks raising the cost of beer? Of slightly less immediate importance are our other topics: Dodd-Frank celebrates a birthday, but how well developed it is remains a question; Cordray finally becomes legitimate; the U.K. continues its love/hate relationship with banks, and before everyone heads back to […]

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By Abel M. Mateus on July 18, 2013

Our Fin Reg Digest this week asks several interesting questions: Is the proposed Glass-Steagall II a step forward – or just an exercise in nostalgia? Are new capital requirements reasonable or represent gluttony? And Are regulators primarily looking out for themselves? Check it all out.

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By Abel M. Mateus on July 3, 2013

This week’s Fin Reg Digest finds that, even though it’s summertime, unlike the song the living ain’t easy in the word of financial regulation. Read all the details here.

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By Abel M. Mateus on June 6, 2013

Our latest Fin Reg Digest has just been published. Contributors take a look at personal responsibility, ask if the IMF is a bit out of control, and do a lot of gazing in a crystal ball. Check it all out here.

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By Abel M. Mateus on May 23, 2013

This week’s digest gives some “helpful” advice to economists, appraises Jamie Dimon’s similarity to a phoenix rising from the ashes, and judges some cultural and other conflicts – between the U.S. and Europe, as well as China & Islam  and the West. Check it all out here.

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