June 24, 2012 – Phil Angelides, the former chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission that Congress and the President created to investigate the causes of the devastating financial crisis, has a bold prescription to ensure we never suffer through such a calamitous downturn again: launch a new era of trust-busting and break up the country’s … Continue reading
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REUTERS | Big Banks should be shrunk and broken up – here’s why and how
REUTERS Big Banks Should – And Can – Be Shrunk If Needed, Experts Say June 12, 2012 – By Stuart Gittleman, Guest Contributor NEW YORK, June 12 (Thomson Reuters Accelus) – A need to break up big banks is one of the several lessons policy makers should have learned from the financial crisis that have either … Continue reading
ECONOMICPRINCIPALS.COM | A Mind Made Up
EconomicPrincipals.com June 10, 2012 – by David Walsh One of the heroes of the near-meltdown of 2008 is Phil Angelides. A two-term former treasurer of California with a reputation for integrity, he was hired while the sense of peril was still fresh to chair a Federal blue-ribbon commission (six Democratic legislators, four Republican, fifty staffers). Its … Continue reading
PBS NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT | The Future for Banking & Basel III
June 7, 2012 – Phil Angelides, the former chairman of the Federal Crisis Inquiry Commission, talks about what’s ahead for banking and the Basel III regulations. Watch here.