Posts Tagged ‘banking regulation’

Weighing the economic risk of Basil III can be daunting

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 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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