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December 19, 2012  1:51 PM

CFPB: Dodd-Frank at its best.



Posted by: David Schneier
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The campaign season that ended with last month’s presidential elections generated more debate and rhetoric than any other in my lifetime.  As I'm an outspoken person who has never shied away from a good argument I routinely found myself engaged in exchanges with a remarkably broad range of...

July 21, 2012  8:25 PM

CFPB: Filling the regulatory void left by Sheila Bair



Posted by: David Schneier
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I was an unabashed fan of Sheila Bair and made no secret of that fact.  She was a breath of fresh air in a line of work where everything is stale and always at least a little boring.  Not that Martin Gruenberg is any less effective running the FDIC, he's just a whole lot less interesting to pay...


July 12, 2010  6:31 PM

The banking crisis gets another dose of common sense



Posted by: David Schneier
economy, FDIC, lending, mortgage, regulations, Regulatory Compliance, Sheila Bair

Summertime often means vacation time and while I'm not sure I'll take a true vacation ever again, my wife imposes her will upon me and makes me at least try.  I try and circumvent the process a bit by using the downtime to catch up on some of my reading and this year the book of choice is Michael...


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