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Pew Financial Reform Project


Standards for Financial Stress Tests
June 2011
Summary:
The Dodd-Frank Act requires stress tests on individual financial institutions and the financial system as a whole

Pew Comments on Fed/FDIC Joint Proposed Rule on Resolution Plans and Credit Exposure Reports
June 2011
Summary:
Charles Taylor, director of the Pew Financial Reform Project, submitted comments in response to the Fed/FDIC joint proposed rule: "Resolution Plans and Credit Exposure Reports."

Standards for Rapid Resolution Plans
May 2011
Summary:
The Dodd-Frank Act requires systemically important financial institutions to develop and maintain rapid resolution plans. Strong plans are needed to end 'Too Big To Fail."

Pew FRP Comments on FSOC's Designation of Systemically Significant Financial Market Utilities
January 2011
Summary: Charles Taylor, director of the Pew Financial Reform Project, submitted comments in response to the Financial Stability Oversight Council’s (FSOC) Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Regarding Authority To Designate Financial Market Utilities as Systemically Significant.

Pew FRP Comments on FSOC's Designation of Systemically Significant Nonbank Financial Companies
November 2010
Summary:
Charles Taylor, director of the Pew Financial Reform Project, submitted comments in response to the Financial Stability Oversight Council’s (FSOC) Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Regarding Authority To Require Supervision and Regulation of Certain Nonbank Financial Companies.

Macro-Prudential Regulation and the New Road to Financial Stability
Looking Through Darwin’s Glasses

Charles Taylor, Director, Financial Reform Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts
September 2010
Summary:
Charles Taylor, director of the Pew Financial Reform Project, gave a speech to the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank/IMF conference "Macro-prudential Regulatory Policies: The New Road to Financial Stability," held from September 23-24, 2010.