Posts Tagged ‘banking regulation’

Weighing the economic risk of Basil III can be daunting

by MBJ Staff Published: October 15,2012

Tags: banking regulation, Basil III, Mississippi Bankers Association

The Mississippi Business Journal recently reported on the demise of brickyards around the state, with the numbers whittled in recent years from a half-dozen to the single surviving yard in Columbus. The brickyards started dying off about the same time demand for new housing ceased. Many other once-healthy sectors of Mississippi’s economy went into decline […] [...]

Business of banking won’t be the same after July 21

by Ted Carter Published: July 3,2011

Tags: banking, banking regulation, Business, finance, regulation

Bankers in Mississippi and elsewhere in the country have penciled in July 21 as the day a new era in America banking regulation begins in earnest. July 21 marks a year to the day that President Obama signed what one Mississippi banking executive calls an “absolute dramatic rewriting of the rules” of banking. Few banking […] [...]

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