Slowing financial regulatory reform

Reports say the Obama administration is cooling on the idea of seeking a swift, major reduction in the regulatory agencies overseeing the financial system.   Former Deputy Comptroller of the Currency Robert Bench, now senior fellow at the School of Law’s Morin Center for Banking and Financial Law, says it’s smarter to set priorities. 

“This is absolutely the worst time for Washington to be discussing musical chairs.”

Contact Robert Bench, 617-353-5428, bobbench@bu.edu

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