N.Y. Fed's Geithner Calls For 'Substantial Reforms'

Siegel, Gary E.
July 2008
Bond Buyer;7/25/2008, Vol. 365 Issue 32926, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the call of New York Federal Reserve Bank president Timothy F. Geithner for substantial reforms on the country's financial system. Geithner testified that the U.S. will have to undertake substantial reforms to the framework policy, regulation and oversight of the financial system. Geithner adds that while the reform will take a while, the critical imperative is to help facilitate the adjustment and to cushion its impact on the broader economy.


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