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Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Economic Review
What reforms are needed to improve the safety and soundness of the banking system?
Harvey Rosenblum
Abstract

To further improve bank safety and soundness in the years ahead, the author makes two recommendations: that banks be examined and rated specifically on their organizational complexity and that systemically important banks that are too big to resolve quickly be recapitalized according to a model that is known in advance by their competitors and by the general public.


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Harvey Rosenblum, "What reforms are needed to improve the safety and soundness of the banking system?" , Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Economic Review, issue Q1-2, pages 101-113, 2007.
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Keywords: Banks and banking ; Bank supervision
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