Tag Archives: Volcker Rule

5 Financial News Stories You May Have Missed: “Special” FX

5 Financial News Stories

Here are news stories from the week that were easy to miss, but may have some lasting impact. Continue reading →

5 Financial News Stories You May Have Missed: The Other Shoe

5 Financial News Stories

This week: FDIC takes action, legal insider trading, Germany and the Volcker Rule, Norges Bank Investment Management, and waiting for other mortgage shoe to drop, Continue reading →

$2 Billion Hedge of Darkness : The Risks Hiding in Today’s Complex Portfolios

By now everyone knows that JPMorganChase reported a $2 billion loss. But did you know that the same team responsible for the loss generated a profit of $5 billion in 2010? Where were the inquiring regulators and the politicians then? Continue reading →

5 Financial Stories You Might Have Missed — And X-Rated Whistleblowing

This week's stories include insider trading, dubious whistleblowers, Dodd-Frank ‘Volcker Rule’, mobile payment products, and some very bad behavior. Continue reading →

5 Financial News Stories You May Have Missed – And a Penalty Flag

1.The Dog Ate My Regulation. The Fed is Late Delivering the Volcker Rule. When the financial reform was being discussed shortly after the credit crisis, former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker suggested that federally insured banks should not be allowed to … Continue reading →