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Fear of $10 Billion

Fear of $10 Billion Donald P. Morgan and Bryan Yang Liberty Street Economics, OCTOBER 03, 2016         Ten billion has become a big number in banking since the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010. When banks’ assets exceed that threshold, they face considerably heightened supervision and regulation, including exams by the Consumer Financial Protection… Read More The post Fear of $10 Billion appeared first on The Big Picture.
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