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_creationDate2010-06-29 9:15:39 PM
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TopicRestoring American Financial Stability Act
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AuthorThe Wall Street Journal editorial board
SourceThe Wall Street Journal
Date2010-06-28
URLhttp://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703615104575328993006115992.html
Quote"The Treasury, which bailed out institutions willy-nilly without consistent rules, will now lead the Financial Stability Oversight Council that will have the arbitrary power to define which financial companies pose a "systemic risk" and which can be shut down without recourse to bankruptcy. Willy-nilly will now be the law. And the SEC, which created the credit-ratings oligopoly and missed Bernie Madoff, will get new powers to decide how easy it should be for union pension funds to get their candidates on corporate proxy ballots."
SummaryTriumph of the Regulators by The Wall Street Journal editorial board (The Wall Street Journal, June 28, 2010) (view)