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Here's the latest roundup of recent research and commentary by FinRegRag's scholars for the month of March.
SVB: So Many Reasons To Fail by Thomas Hoenig.
SVB: The Blame Game Begins by Thomas Hoenig.
Bank Leverage, Regulatory Capital, and the Illusion of Safety by Thomas Hoenig.
The Ever-Evolving Policy Framework: What’s Next? by Thomas Hoenig.
On SVB’s Failure and Other Bank Distress: What’s Going On? by Steph Miller.
Some reasons to not raise the FDIC insurance cap, at least not yet by Brian Knight.
Operation Choke Point 2.0, Monopolistic Favoritism, or the Velocity of Money? by Agnes Gambill West.
Brief of Financial and Business Law Scholars as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioner | The National Rifle Association of America (Petitioner) v. Maria T. Vullo (Respondent) by Brian Knight, George A. Mocsary, Boyden Gray, R. Trent McCotter, Jonathan Berry, and Jared M. Nelson.
Interest rate hike 'shocked' the economy, contributing to bank failures, says former FDIC vice chair. Thomas Hoenig on NBC’s “Meet the Press NOW.”
Fed must stay the course on inflation, says former Kansas City Fed president. Thomas Hoenig on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
Bank rules rollback contributed to SVB’s failure, critics say. Thomas Hoenig on Marketplace Radio.
Ex-Fed official argues Fed should continue to raise interest rates. Thomas Hoenig on CNN.
The Fed to meet this week to decide possible rate hike. Thomas Hoenig on Fox Business Network’s “The Bottom Line.”
The Fed, SVB Crash, and More. Thomas Hoenig on Bloomberg TV.
Regulators Should Be 'Scrubbing' Bank Portfolios. Thomas Hoenig on Bloomberg TV.
Jerome Powell will ‘avoid this question as much as he can’. Thomas Hoenig on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria.”
After SVB, regulators should 'get rid of' risk-rated capital system. Thomas Hoenig on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria.”
Will the FDIC’s decision to backstop SVB depositors weaken market discipline moving forward? Thomas Hoenig on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”
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