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Author:Wall, Larry D. 

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The effect of Continental Illinois' failure on the financial performance of other banks

FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 89-9

Journal Article
Interest rate swaps: a review of the issues

Economic Review , Issue Nov , Pages 22-40

Conference Paper
Rents, regulation and risk-taking in the banking industry

Proceedings , Paper 410

Conference Paper
Competition for more than one class of borrowers using difference credit-worthiness tests

Proceedings , Paper 357

Discussion Paper
Assisting Firms during a Crisis: Benefits and Costs

Public and private efforts to reduce COVID-19 infection levels have led to a sharp drop in economic activity around the world. In an attempt to mitigate the damage to businesses, governments around the world have implemented a variety of financial programs to help firms. These programs have been criticized as interfering with markets, providing bailouts, and creating adverse incentives. In this article, I review both the rationale for government-provided assistance and the costs of providing that assistance from the perspective of how that aid effects the likely level and volatility of ...
Policy Hub , Paper 2020-10

Conference Paper
Valuation effects of new capital issues by large bank holding companies

Proceedings , Paper 231

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Profits in `85: large banks gain while others continue to lag

Economic Review , Issue Aug , Pages 18-31

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Financial regulatory structure and the resolution of conflicting goals

The debate over modernizing the financial structure is raising questions about the merits of modernizing the financial regulatory structure. Regulatory structure is important because an almost unavoidable feature of our current system of government is that Congress assigns multiple goals that sometimes have conflicting policy implications to the regulatory agencies. The structure of the agencies is important to the resolution of these conflicts. Responsibility for two or more goals that have conflicting implications may be assigned to a single agency that is likely to resolve the conflict ...
FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 99-12

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Motivations for bank mergers and acquisitions: enhancing the deposit insurance put option versus increasing operating net cash flow

FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 92-4

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Measuring capital adequacy supervisory stress tests in a Basel world

The United States is now committed to using two relatively sophisticated approaches to measuring capital adequacy: Basel III and stress tests. This paper shows how stress testing could mitigate weaknesses in the way Basel III measures credit and interest rate risk, the way it measures bank capital, and the way it creates countercyclical capital buffers. However, this paper also emphasizes the extent to which stress tests add value will depend upon the exercise of supervisor discretion in the design of stress scenarios. Whether supervisors will use this discretion more effectively than they ...
FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 2013-15

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