JPMorgan prepares for D.C.’s worst
By: Anna Palmer (POLITICO)
May 14, 2012
The scandal is also expected to reinvigorate supporters of stricter regulations for the financial services industry, particularly among those who feel the industry has been overly dismissive …
London’s “Whale” Loses $2 Billion for JPMorgan
BY MARLENE Y. SATTER, ADVISORONE
May 11, 2012
“These losses underline the need for a strong Volcker Rule to prevent risky proprietary trading,” Americans for Financial Reform said in a statement. “Regulators …
FDIC Seeks to End ‘Too Big to Fail’ Bailouts
ABC News May 10
Marcus Stanley, policy director of Americans for Financial reform, a public interest coalition in favor of financial reform based in Washington D.C., said there …
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