Legal scholar offers solutions to regulatory obstacles preventing businesses from using financial institutions.
Rise in leveraged lending prompts concern among the top U.S. financial regulatory agencies.
Scholar worries that pay gap between financial industry and regulators may lead to regulatory failure.
U.S. and U.K. regulators stress progress on cross-border agreements.
New rule protects the FDIC from liability for foreign deposits in the event of U.S. bank failure.
In a lecture at Penn, Sheila Bair offers reforms for U.S. financial system.
Report blames regulators' lack of sufficient oversight in reviewing loan applications.
Penn panel focuses on current housing finance regulatory issues.
OLA applies an ill-fitting model to financial distress resolution and produces troubling participatory effects.
Prominent scholars, practitioners, and policy officials gather to discuss challenges presented by new banking rules.