January FinReg Roundup
Here’s the latest roundup of recent research and commentary by FinRegRag’s scholars.
The new Congress can ensure better, clearer financial regulation. Here’s how. Brian Knight in The Hill.
Basic R&D in digital assets could lead to breakthroughs in innovation, competition. Agnes Gambill West in The Hill.
Ohio’s ‘Regulatory Sandbox’ Deserves Cheers, But More Must Be Done. Logan Kolas and Agnes Gambill West in RealClearPolicy.
American banks need to repair their capital buffers. Thomas Hoenig in the Financial Times.
FTX Probe Does Not Justify US Law Enforcement Imperialism. Andrew Vollmer in Law360.
Thomas Hoenig discusses the debt ceiling debate on Episode 512 of Newt’s World.
Testimony and Public Comments
Testimony on Workforce Management Disclosures and Other SEC Issues. Written testimony by Andrew Vollmer for House Financial Services Subcommittee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Markets hearing, “E, S, G and W: Examining Private Sector Disclosure of Workforce Management, Investment, and Diversity Data.”
A Universal Sandbox in Missouri Can Promote Innovation and Regulatory Reform. Written testimony by Agnes Gambill West submitted to the Missouri House Committee on Economic Development in relation to House Bill 268.
ANPR Resolution-Related Resource Requirements for Large Banking Organizations. Public comment by Stephen Matteo Miller and Thomas Hoenig in response to the ANPR on TLAC for category II & III “regional” banks.