This Week in Financial Regulation, February 19th

This Week in Financial Regulation, February 19th

News and Commentary

Daniel Sherlock and Matthew Larvick detail final IRS regulations modifying long-term capital gains treatment in The National Law Review.

Kevin Wack presents the controversy over potential for regulatory capture in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency for American Banker.

In Liberty Street Economics, Asani Sarkar finds that implicit subsidies, the ability to cheaply issue debt and equity given a perceived likelihood of government bailout, increased during the pandemic but remain moderate when compared to the last 15 years.

Reint Gropp et al. announce their recent study on national implementation of supranational capital requirements in a VoxEU article, noting substantial variance between differing regulatory and economic environments.

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