Big banks mull the unthinkable: suing the Fed | Semafor
January 11, 20242 min read389 words
Published: January 11, 2024  |  2 min read389 words
The rules, called Basel Endgame, are the result of more than a decade of efforts by global bank regulators to harmonize patchwork rules that had sprouted up over decades and were further balkanized in varying responses to the 2008 crisis. Michael Barr, the Fed’s top cop, says tha...
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The content appears to be well-researched and informative, offering insights into the complex relationship between major financial institutions and their regulator. It does not display overt biases or logical fallacies but instead focuses on reporting the developments and potential repercussions in the banking sector.
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