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This Week in Wall Street Reform

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AFR Pushes For Tougher “Claw Back” Rules

AFR submitted a comment on rules implementing the “claw back” provisions that permit the FDIC to recoup pay and bonuses from executives of a failed bank that is being resolved under the FDIC’s orderly liquidation authority. AFR favors tougher and more comprehensive claw back rules.

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Wall Street Reform: Systemic Risk Regulation

Under current law, there is no single body designated to look at the “big picture,” and head off financial crises like the crash of 2008 and major non-bank players in the financial market operated in the shadows without any government oversight. Here’s how the Wall

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AFR Supports Brown Amendment #104

The Honorable Chairman Dodd Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs U.S. Senate Washington, D.C. 20510 March 22, 2010 Dear Chairman Dodd: The over 200 consumer, employee, investor, community and civil rights groups who are members of Americans for Financial Reform (AFR) would like to

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AFR Supports the Pre-funded Orderly Liquidation Fund

The Honorable Chairman Dodd Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 April 9, 2010 Dear Chairman Dodd, The over 250 consumer, employee, investor, community and civil rights groups who are members of Americans for Financial Reform (AFR) are writing

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AFR: No More Taxpayer Bailouts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington, DC – Today, Tax Day, as Americans are all too aware of where their tax dollars are going, Americans for Financial Reform agrees that taxpayers should never again be on the hook for the mistakes made by the largest financial institutions. The misstatements about the