Harvard's Scott Says U.S. Has Latitude on Bank Reforms

Hal Scott, Harvard Law School professor and president of Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, discusses the Trump administration's approach to financial regulation and how it relates to the Federal Reserve and monetary policy. Scott is a potential candidate to be the next Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

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