Monthly Archives: October 2017

Signs of Life for Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation

By | October 9, 2017

Courtesy of Barbara C. Matthews Implementing post-crisis reforms has created strains for the transatlantic regulatory policy community.  The large number of technical standards across all major areas of the financial system collided with increased efforts to assert national policy priorities.  Policy discord particularly dominated discussion of derivatives regulation, regulatory capital for banks, securitization, and cross-border… Read More »

Comptroller’s Remarks Indicate the Fintech Charter Could Lead to Mixing of Banking and Commerce

By | October 2, 2017

Drowned out by yet another busy news cycle last week were Acting Comptroller of the Currency Keith Noreika’s remarks at a fintech conference held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. However, these comments should not be overlooked, as they have the potential to upend the banking industry in this country by tearing down the… Read More »