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No Hermes for regulators

21 October 2013 By Rob Cox

JPMorgan and BofA are paying billions in settlements related to failed deals that were actively encouraged by regulators. The “supervisory acquisition” was a trusty instrument for decades. Not anymore, though. Watchdogs better hope their other new mechanisms work as planned.

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