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The ‘Briar Patch’ of Dodd-Frank

Posted on by Phil Querin

  The Goliaths are getting bigger. From 1995 to 2009 the six largest banks’ assets increased from 18% of gross domestic product to 68%. They’re considered by regulators, politicians, management and the market to be systematically [sic] important, too big, too interconnected, and therefore too big to fail. Consequently TBTF institutions enjoy a funding advantage […]

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