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Correcting ‘Dodd–Frank’ to actually end ‘Too Big to Fail’

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  • Richard W. Fisher

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Hearing on "Examining How the Dodd–Frank Act Could Result in More Taxpayer-Funded Bailouts", Washington, D.C., June 26, 2013 ; "I implore the members of this important committee and the Congress to not succumb merely to the illusion of hope. Don't listen to the siren song of the megabanks and their lobbyists. Take action to deal with the unfair advantages that these institutions enjoy… Leveling the playing field is a just cause for 99.8 percent of American banks and for all Americans."

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  • Richard W. Fisher, 2013. "Correcting ‘Dodd–Frank’ to actually end ‘Too Big to Fail’," Speeches and Essays 133, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
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    1. Kupiec, Paul & Wallison, Peter, 2015. "Can the “Single Point of Entry” strategy be used to recapitalize a systemically important failing bank?," Journal of Financial Stability, Elsevier, pages 184-197.

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