Keep Your Expectations for the Volcker Rule Low
A certain amount of fatalism always seems to creep in whenever the government promises a new fix for something perceived to be ailing the financial system and capital markets. Back in 2002, when Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the big problem was the auditing profession, which had been exposed as an oxymoron by Enron Corp. and other corporate frauds. Today the hot topic is the banking industry and the matter of proprietary trading, the definition of which is evolving.
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