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Sharpening a failsafe

12 May 2011 By Rob Cox, Antony Currie

U.S. financial reforms crafted by the former Fed boss were designed to keep banks from behaving like hedge funds. But isolating risktaking for clients from prop trading bedevils their enforcement. Measuring Wall Street trading desks’ Sharpe ratios might just square the circle.

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