Federal Reserve Board Governor Jerome Powell lauded the progress made by the U.S. financial system since the financial crisis and identified five areas that could benefit from additional regulatory reform.
Federal Reserve Board Governor Jerome Powell, Acting Comptroller of the Currency Keith A. Noreika, and FDIC Chair Martin Gruenberg testified at a hearing on "Regulation and Economic Growth" held by the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.
In a speech before the Global Finance Forum, Federal Reserve System Governor Jerome Powell reviewed the regulatory response to the global financial crisis and recommended regulatory adjustments going forward.
Federal Reserve System Governor Jerome Powell talked about the history of the central bank, and explained that the structure of the Federal Reserve System is a "compromise" designed to balance national and regional interests.
Federal Reserve System Governor Jerome Powell described the challenges and policy objectives behind (i) the creation of a real-time retail payment system, (ii) the use of distributed ledger technology for clearing and settlement services, and (iii) the issuance of digital currencies by central banks.
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System ("FRB") Governor Jerome H. Powell reviewed the progress made in central counterparty clearing and offered his thoughts on expanded central clearing for the repurchase markets.
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve ("FRB") Governor Jerome H. Powell spoke at the Annual Community Bankers Conference. He focused on the regulation and supervision of community banks. See : Governor Powell's Remarks .
Federal Reserve Board ("FRB") Governor Jerome H. Powell discussed financial stability reforms and cautioned against supervisory interventions that "lean against" the credit cycle. The Governor delivered his remarks at the Stern School of Business of New York University. According to Mr. Powell, the...