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posted by Stephen Lubben

I'm not going to engage in a tit for tat on this, but Slips readers should know that the FDIC's general counsel has seen fit to respond to my most recent Dealbook post on Dodd-Frank resoultion authority. The tone suggests that I might have hit a nerve.


Krimminger is table-pounding. He wants a debate, give it to him. And push him on two points agencies have been allowed to skate on for 30 years: 1) show us the data supporting your "extend and pretend" projections, and 2) which fox are you going to have guard the henhouse to make this Rube Goldberg system work.

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