Regulators Pressed To Nix ‘Noah’s Ark’ Strategy

Republican lawmakers and bank lobbyists have been pressing regulators to reject the so-called “Noah’s Ark” strategy of selecting which non-bank firms should fall under Federal Reserve supervision for systemic risk.

  • 25 May 2011
Republican lawmakers and bank lobbyists have been pressing regulators to reject the so-called “Noah’s Ark” strategy of selecting which non-bank firms should fall under Federal Reserve supervision for systemic risk. The strategy calls for selecting two or more of the largest players in each financial category—including hedge funds ...

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