Tagged: Senate Banking Committee

Financial regulatory reform stalled

Acknowledging the political risk of appearing to stall a popular cause, Senate Republicans voted to delay the start of floor debate on the financial regulatory reform bill — at least without some concessions first.  Experts from three BU schools — Law Professor Cornelius Hurley, Mark Williams, who teaches finance at the School of Management, and political science Professor […]

Driving derivatives deregulation

With efforts to regulate the trading of derivatives stalling in the Senate Banking Committee, members of the Senate Agriculture Comittee are taking a stab at it, hoping to add it to an 0verall financial reform bill the banking panel is crafting.  Law Professor Elizabeth Nowicki, both a former SEC attorney and Wall Street lawyer, says […]