Five years after Lehman: bank regulation incomplete

Five years after Lehman: bank regulation incomplete (via AFP)

Five years after Lehman Brothers collapsed, the huge job of preventing the financial sector from bringing down the US economy again remains an unfinished work. The gargantuan Dodd-Frank reforms, 2,300 pages of new regulation, were adopted in July 2010…

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