Gauging Volcker Rule Impact

Monks, Matt
July 2010
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;7/12/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 28, p8
The article reports on the impact of the Volcker Rule, the latest version of financial reform, on the banking sector in the U.S. Market observers stated that it is not the right time stop banks from investing in private equity and hedge funds from which they earn profits. It is noted that banks need every income to grow their profit after the recession.


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