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Still too big to fail

posted by Stephen Lubben

On the train back to NYC – with menus not often seen on the Northeast Corridor – after IMG_0748presenting my take on OLA after SPE (or SPOE, take your pick). All part of the Roosevelt Institute and Americans for Financial Reform's new report on what remains to be done with regard to financial reform.

The event was highlighted by a great speech on TBTF by former Slips blogger, Senator Warren.


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