How to Bring Market Discipline Back to Banking

Matteo Miller, Stephen
July 2015
American Banker;7/24/2015, Vol. 180 Issue F328, p0
Trade Publication
The article discusses how legislators maintain the stability of banks and save assets from risk through market discipline. Bank also maintain stability if they significant long-term bonds and equity as they both serve as the bank's capital. According to Fischer black, former finance professor and partner at American investment banking firm Goldman Sachs and Co., banks should fund at least half of their investments.


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