A Very Strange Way to Assess the Safety of BanksSimon Johnson
Oct. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Global regulators have a peculiar way of assessing the soundness of big banks: Ask bankers how risky their investments are, then figure out if they have enough capital to absorb the potential losses.
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