Financial Stability Oversight Council
U.S. Frees Prudential From ‘Too Big to Fail’ Label
The Financial Stability Oversight Council's decision means there are no longer any nonbanks subject to stricter, post-crisis oversight.
How Is Regulatory Reform Likely to Proceed?
Proposed massive legislative change is unlikely; more moderate reforms floated by Treasury are better bets.
Many Parts of Dodd-Frank Should Be Repealed
The law was about micromanaging financial services rather than facilitating capital markets.
Dodd-Frank Was Too Much — and Not Enough
The law identified many right solutions to the problems revealed by the financial crisis but excessively applied them.
Dodd-Frank Will Benefit CFOs in the Long Run
The law's core reforms stabilize financial markets and the economy.
‘Financial CHOICE Act’ Would Be Big Boost for Banks
The proposed law would significantly amend the Dodd-Frank Act and restore flexibility to financial institutions.
GE Capital Sheds ‘Too Big To Fail’ Label
Regulators decide the finance firm is no longer "systemically important," recognizing GE's extensive divestitures of non-core assets.
Judge Strips MetLife of ‘Too Big to Fail’ Label
MetLife's victory in a legal battle with regulators could encourage other institutions to challenge the "systemically important" designation.
MetLife in Legal Showdown Over SIFI Label
The company says federal regulators erred in giving it the "systemically important" designation, which would subject it to stricter oversight.
Is Berkshire Hathaway Systemically Important?
Definitely not, says Warren Buffett, the company's chairman and CEO.
MetLife to Sue Over ‘SIFI’ Tag
The large life insurers plans to challenge the Financial Oversight Council's naming of MetLife as a non-bank systemically important financial institution.