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Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Departing Thoughts

Federal Reserve Governor Daniel K. Tarullo: 

Departing Thoughts: Tomorrow is my last day at the Federal Reserve. So in this, my final official speech, it seems appropriate to offer a broad perspective on how financial regulation changed after the crisis. In a moment, I shall offer a few thoughts along these lines. Then I am going to address in some detail the capital requirements we have put in place, including our stress testing program. Eight years at the Federal Reserve has only reinforced my belief that strong capital requirements are central to a safe and stable financial system. It is important for the public to understand why this is so, especially at a moment when there is so much talk of changes to financial regulation. ...

    Posted by on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 01:43 PM in Economics, Monetary Policy, Regulation | Permalink  Comments (15)


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