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Professor Jeremy Kress argues the wave of bank consolidation needs better scrutiny from regulators.

 

In a new podcast, Ross Professor Jeremy Kress explores why federal agencies should oversee individual financial institutions, not just their activities.

 
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Jeremy Kress proposes an innovative way to limit the risks of large financial institutions.

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Jeremy Kress argues that financial stability regulators are moving in the wrong direction.

 
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Writing in American Banker, Jeremy Kress says the company must shrink or simplify to escape added regulation.

Writing in The Hill, Jeremy Kress says a seemingly reasonable bill has some troubling provisions in the details.

Writing in the CLS Blue Sky Blog, Jeremy Kress says Treasury’s proposed switch to activity-based oversight is misguided.

Lecturer Jeremy Kress, in Harvard Law blog post, shows how malfeasance and excessive risks can slip by overcommitted bank directors.