In his Domestic Banking column, Clyde Mitchell, an adjunct professor of banking law at Fordham Law School, writes: Although our Financial Services Industry appears to be getting stronger and pulling out of the current financial crisis with improving compliance, capital, liquidity and risk controls, it still continues to "stub its toes" by doing dumb things. A change in culture (including a longer term outlook) and a reduced, but more effective, regulatory presence is the answer.
Bank Regulation: Where Is It Going?
New York Law Journal
April 12, 2013
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