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Bank Regulation: Lessons Learned and a Framework for Monitoring Emerging Risks and Regulatory Response
Lawrance Evans, Jr. (au)
Weakness in federal oversight was one of many factors that contributed to the size of federal losses and the number of bank failures in banking-related crises over the past 35 years -- including the 1980s thrift and commercial bank crises and the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Resolving the failures of banks and thrifts due to these crises resulted in estimated costs to federal bank and thrift insurance funds over $165 billion, as well as other federal government costs, such as taxpayer-funded assistance during the financial crisis. This report (1) discusses regulatory lessons learned from these past crises; and (2) offers a framework that GAO and other oversight bodies, such as inspectors general, can use to provide continuous future oversight of regulatory responses to emerging risks. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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