Rubin again criticizes GOP bank reform plan
- Treasury opposition won't stall bill, House sources say. Reynolds, Katherine M. // Bond Buyer;03/18/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30353, p4
Reports that US Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin's letter criticizing Republican financial modernization legislation is not expected to deter the progress of the bill. Provisions under proposed bill; Democratic Party's compromise on bill; American Bankers Association's stance on the issue.
- Levitt and Rubin disagree on reform bill. Kinnader, Ola // Bond Buyer;06/26/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30423, p5
Focuses on the debate between Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman Arthur Levitt and Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin over proposed financial modernization bills. Reasons cited by Levitt and Rubin for their positions.
- Congress catches up with reality. Beauclair, Steve // Caribbean Business;7/2/1998, Vol. 26 Issue 26, p6
Reports on a dispute involving the United States Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, regarding the Financial Services Competitiveness Act of 1997 (H.R. 10). Who the bill affects; When the bill was passed; Type of business the bill does not allow a...
- Rubin said to endorse democrats' bill giving power to subsidiaries. Anason, Dean // American Banker;2/9/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 26, p2
Informs that United States Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin is expected to endorse a Democratic version of financial reform which would permit broad powers for national bank subsidiaries. Rubin's support for the bill introduced by Representative Jim Leach; Aspects of the legislation launched...
- The outlook for reform. Marshall, Jeffrey // U.S. Banker;Dec98, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p20
Reports on the financial reform legislation in the United States. Opposition from the United States Treasury Department and Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin; Liberalization of the Community Reinvestment Act requirements.
- Clinton's best case. Weisberg, Jacob // New York;4/22/96, Vol. 29 Issue 16, p32
Profiles United States Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin. The way he has deftly handled the economy; His impact on President Bill Clinton's re-election bid; His tour of the Far East and outheast Asia; His thoughts on corporation-bashing, free markets and trickle-up economics; His career at...
- The sage's advice. Fenyvesi, Charles // U.S. News & World Report;5/23/94, Vol. 116 Issue 20, p24
Reports that Robert Rubin, the senior White House economic adviser who made tens of millions of dollars on Wall Street, has taken on an additional role for many of his colleagues in the Executive Mansion: stock market sage. When they feel particularly bewildered by the gyrations of the markets,...
- Rubin to run treasury. // Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/19/94, Issue 51, p18
Reports on United States President Bill Clinton's nomination of Goldman Sachs investment banker Robert E. Rubin to succeed resigned Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen. Expected confirmation by Senate.
- Rich man, poor man. Fenyvesi, Charles // U.S. News & World Report;6/20/94, Vol. 116 Issue 24, p26
States that Robert Rubin, the head of President Bill Clinton's National Economic Council, may have amassed a Wall Street fortune worth more than $50 million. His focus on the underclass--a long-standing concern of his; Informal talks held by Rubin; His interest in black male unemployment.