Financial Regulation

News

In March 2019, the Volcker Alliance founder sat down last year with Yale's Dr. Andrew Metrick to discuss his life’s work.

Press Releases

The Fed will buy $500 billion of short-term debt from states and localities, a much-needed move for governments during the pandemic.

Commentary: Sheila C. Bair

As COVID-19 disrupts financial markets, the Fed announces new programs that aim to directly help the real economy.

News

Leaders of the Federal Reserve remember Paul A. Volcker for his courage and devotion to public service. Read their tributes to him here.

Commentary: Gaurav Vasisht

Congress should ask the Fed to disclose targeted data on enforcement actions in its upcoming supervision and regulation report.
Financial Regulation

Podcast: Dennis Lockhart, William Glasgall

How can the federal government, state governments, and the private sector all work together to decrease budgetary risks?

Commentary: Gaurav Vasisht

Vasisht's remarks to the Financial Stability Board focus on the effect of too-big-to-fail (“TBTF”) reforms on the US financial system.
Financial Regulation
8/5/19

Commentary: Paul A. Volcker

This WSJ article is signed by former Fed chairs Paul A. Volcker, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, and Janet Yellen.

News: Event Coverage

Gaurav Vasisht testified before the House on "Emerging Threats to Stability: Considering the Systemic Risk of Leveraged Lending."

Commentary: Sheila C. Bair

Could leveraged loans pose a threat to the economy like subprime mortgages did a decade ago? Read more from board member Sheila Bair.

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