FDIC’s Hoenig on restoring the structural integrity of banks

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The long-term strength, sustainability and economic contributions of a nation’s financial system are influenced significantly by its structure. In the US, the structure has changed markedly during the past two decades, becoming increasingly subsidised and highly concentrated. There has been a growing reliance on regulation as a counterweight to these changes, as authorities attempt to assure market fairness and economic stability through administrative controls in the face of the growing power

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