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AFR in the News: The Gang of Three draw the wrong conclusions from the 2008 bailout—and may set us up for a repeat (The American Prospect)
August 10, 2018 – 12:03 pm

Geithner, Bernanke, and Paulson were the most powerful regulators of the financial system during the disastrous crisis of a decade ago. Yet they devote only a few words to their own failures to predict or prevent the last crisis and the lessons that might hold for today. Just a brief paragraph is devoted to the state of post-crisis regulations.

Letter to Congress: AFR urges opposition to HR 3312 — a deregulatory gift to the largest banks in the country.
December 18, 2017 – 5:21 pm

“H.R. 3312 dramatically restricts oversight of some of the largest banks in the country, increasing risks to regional economies and to financial stability, and therefore to the prosperity of families and communities.”

AFR Report: 2017 Big Bank Stress Tests Less Stressful Than Ever
July 5, 2017 – 9:51 am

The slide presentation linked below documents AFR’s findings on the 2017 CCAR stress tests.
AFR Assessing the 2017 Stress Tests
A Medium blog post is also available here:
https://medium.com/@RealBankReform/stress-tests-less-stressful-than-ever-fbe68b8e161a