The laughable tax theory of Kansas is about to go national, Liquidity requirements still have doubters, and Goldman Sachs weigh fintech in Brazil
America's anti-motherhood policies, Reforming OTC derivatives, Pain at one bank in Spain, and GE is not all-in on America First
The poetry and prose of Jes Staley, AIG hopes the fourth time is the charm, Goldman Sachs wants everyone into the dark pool, and get ready for laptop lunacy in the skies over the Atlantic
Life as a lender-of-last-resort, BoE fights the good fight on reforms, and SNAP goes Snap!
Jes preps to take fire, Lloyd loves Glass-Steagall, OLA trying to not be DOA, and might homeownership a bad thing?
Charlie Munger is OK with financial regulations, Garrett flip-flops, and the UK's FCA gets swindled
The environment for initial public offerings seems stronger than it was last year, Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman said.
Leaders from Allianz and Guggenheim partners see the Federal Reserve leading the way
MetLife wants a SIFI pause, BIS on monetary policy, parent-of-student loan bubbles, and one thing Wells Fargo does right
Trump targets FSOC and OLA, Mnuchin slow plays Fannie and Freddie, Goldman feedback goes 24/7, and why Messi and Ronaldo might one day unite