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Author:Wall, Larry D. 

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Competition for more than one class of borrowers using different credit- worthiness tests

FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 91-18

Conference Paper
You get what you pay for? the implications of platinum parachutes in merger and acquisition transactions

Proceedings , Paper 919

Journal Article
Deregulation and the opportunities for commercial bank diversification

Economic Review , Issue Sep , Pages 1-25

Journal Article
Too-big-to-fail after FDICIA

Economic Review , Issue Jan , Pages 1-14

Journal Article
Reforming deposit insurance and FDICIA

Current discussions about deposit insurance reform center on issues such as the size of insurance premiums, the size of the fund, and the size of the coverage limits-all issues that reflect a concern with how to allocate the losses arising from bank failures. The authors of this article argue that such issues, while important, do not affect the performance of the deposit insurance system nor should they be the focus of deposit insurance reform. They suggest that reform efforts should be directed toward strengthening the incentives to enforce the least cost resolution provisions of the Federal ...
Economic Review , Volume 87 , Issue Q1 , Pages 1-16

Working Paper
Managerial rents and optimal regulatory intervention in troubled banks

FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 93-6

Journal Article
The final frontier : the integration of banking and commerce. Part 1, the likely outcome of eliminating the barrier

Exploring the potential effects of removing the legal barriers between banks and commercial firms, this article surveys economic theory as well as experience in other developed countries and in U.S. nonbank conglomerates.
Economic Review , Volume 93 , Issue 1

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Subordinated debt as bank capital: a proposal for regulatory reform

Industry observes have proposed increasing the role of subordinated debt in bank capital requirements as a means to increase market discipline. A recent Federal Reserve System Task Force evaluated the characteristics of such proposals. Here, the authors take the next step and offer a specific sub-debt proposal. They describe how it would operate and what changes it would require in the regulatory framework.
Economic Perspectives , Volume 25 , Issue Q II , Pages 40-53

Banks' Accumulated Credit Losses in the First Quarter

The aggregate allowance for credit losses (ACL) at a set of large banks increased by 65 percent in the first quarter of 2020.1 The increase was due in approximately equal parts to two developments. First, the banks increased their ACL on January 1 to conform to a change in the method of estimating credit losses, from the incurred loss model to current expected credit loss (CECL). Second, the banks increased their ACL to cover an increase in expected credit losses. The magnitude of the ACL increase—commonly referred to as a "build"—at each bank depends on a variety of factors, but banks ...
Notes from the Vault

Journal Article
F.Y.I. commercial bank profitability: some disturbing trends

Economic Review , Issue Mar , Pages 24-36

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