Speech by Federal Reserve Governor Mark Olson

SPEECH - There are no widespread problems with banks' use of so-called special purpose vehicles - accounting moves aimed at taking risks off their balance sheets that have come under scrutiny recently, Federal Reserve governor Olson said on Thursday in a speech titled 'Observations on the Evolution of the Financial Services Industry and Public Policy'.

Remarks by Federal Reserve Governor Mark W. Olson at the Center for the Study of Mergers and Acquisitions, University of Miami School of Law

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