Key Obama Adviser Suggests Radical Revisions to Regulatory Scheme

Imagine a world where money market funds are regulated like banks. Where hedge fund managers are not only registered with the SEC, but hedge funds themselves are limited in the amount of leverage they can use and must disclose their inner workings. And where the largest U.S. financial institutions face constraints on their proprietary investment […]
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