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Banks are an important asset for our capitalist economy. In fact it can be argued that a healthy and thriving banking system is at the core of a robust, growing economy. On the other hand, the Great Recession has taught … Continue reading
Dr. Peter T Treadway, Chief Economist, CTRISKS Rating, LTD, Hong Kong, writes a long but very worthwhile article on banking and banks (i.e., regulation, Basel III, Dodd-Frank, LIBOR, too big to fail, risk). His article is very informative. I highly … Continue reading