Recommending Readings for #FinReg Observers

My position on financial regulation has dramatically changed in the past 2 years since I began following the TARP bailout debates. I think we need smarter regulation and in particular, a systemic risk regulator with tools and resources to prevent Too Big To Fail and future taxpayer bailouts from happening again. I have spend manyContinue reading “Recommending Readings for #FinReg Observers”

#FinReg A Front Row Seat

I came to Washington DC this week on business, working on family history content partnerships with a half dozen major federal agencies, and also to attend the American Library Association conference which starts tomorrow. But my trip coincided with the House/Senate reconciliation conference on Wall Street Reform. And today is the day they are supposedContinue reading “#FinReg A Front Row Seat”