By Abel M. Mateus on February 28, 2013

In this week’s Fin Reg Digest, we have some illustrious economists weigh in on fin reg issues – including a look at how to calculate a cost-benefits analysis and how to use statistics to trap renegades – along with with latest on too big to fail, a meet-and-greet with some dynamic personalities, and a quick […]

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By Abel M. Mateus on February 28, 2013

This week’s Fin Reg Digest looks at a debate between rules and discretion, an attack on the rating agencies, the potential size of LIBOR fines, asks if the CFPB is illegal, and takes a brief trip to the U.K. for a visit with Osborne. Check it all out here.

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By Abel M. Mateus on January 31, 2013

Our latest Fin Reg Digest notes that it’s a bad name to be named “Morgan,” looks at the legitimacy of two sheriffs”Corday and White” discusses shadow banking, and presents some thoughts on Davos. Check it all out here.

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By Abel M. Mateus on January 17, 2013

In this week’s Digest, we look at the increasing aggressiveness of the agencies, gaze into a crystal ball, and ask if we should repeat history.

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By Abel M. Mateus on January 3, 2013

Our first Fin Reg Digest of 2013 looks at possible solutions to regulatory issues, LIBOR – unearthing the dirt, how central banks are practicing togetherness, and takes both a look back and a look forward. Happy New Year everyone!

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By Abel M. Mateus on December 13, 2012

We look at increasing regulatory toughness, asks where goest the SEC?, mulls over one rule for all for European banks (with a last-minute addition reflecting the 4:00 AM decision out of Brussels), and more in our latest Fin Reg Digest.

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