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  • Issues | Growth
  • Published: February 26th, 2013

Facing Headwinds: What Concerns Today's Banking Leaders

Based on the results of a survey conducted by Grant Thornton LLP and Bank Director, Nichole Jordan of Grant Thornton reviews three areas of concern keeping today’s financial leaders up at night.

  • Issues | Regulation
  • Published: March 30th, 2011

Where is all the bailout fraud?

Armed inspectors, with sirens wailing, find few cases of actual TARP money stolen. Is that because none exists, or is that because we haven't found it?

  • Training | Online Training Series
  • Published: May 4th, 2017

Dismantling the Dodd-Frank Act

Discover the prospects for regulatory relief in this Board Brief, part of the Online Training Series.

  • Issues | Regulation
  • Published: March 16th, 2011

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief faces Republican critics

Review of subcommittee hearing with Elizabeth Warren, the special advisor setting up the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, who fought back challenges from Republicans.

  • Issues | Regulation
  • Published: March 18th, 2011

TARP Legacy: Hidden Costs

While taxpayers will make an estimated $20 billion profit from the Troubled Asset Relief Program for banks, what about the legacy of "too big to fail?"

  • Issues | Regulation
  • Published: February 16th, 2011

Small business loan fund seems like a 'no-brainer' for bankers

  • Committees | Lending
  • Published: April 5th, 2011

Banks (don't) like Small Business Lending Fund

Congress created the $30 billion fund to provide capital to banks and increase lending to small business, but not many banks applied for it. Here's why.

  • Issues | Regulation
  • Published: January 18th, 2012

Why We Need the CFPB

People in the financial industry have been criticizing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here’s why it’s not such a bad thing.

  • Issues | Regulation
  • Published: April 7th, 2011

Taking the Long View on Regulatory Relations

Like it or not, the regulators have a job to do and the bankers who take the long view on regulatory relations will come out ahead of the game.