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Who Regulates Whom?: An Overview of U.S. Financial Supervision
Mark Jickling (au); Edwad V. Murphy (au)
Federal financial regulation in the U.S. has evolved through a series of piecemeal responses to developments and crises in financial markets. This report provides an overview of current U.S. financial regulation: which agencies are responsible for which institutions and markets, and what kinds of authority they have. Contents: (I) Introduction; (II) Financial Crises, Regulatory Jurisdiction, and Systemic Risk: Processes Within the Financial Sector; Honoring Claims of Depositors and Investors; Performance of Loans from Banks to the Economy; (III) Capital Requirements: Non-Bank Capital Requirements; (IV) The Federal Financial Regulators: Banking Regulators; Non-Bank Financial Regulators; Regulatory Umbrella Groups; (V) Unregulated Markets and Institutions: Foreign Exchange Markets; U.S. Treasury Securities; OTC Derivatives; Private Securities Markets; Nonbank Lenders; Hedge Funds; Comprehensive Reform Legislation in the 111th Congress. Figures and tables.
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