58 minutes | Feb 16, 2021

Tarullo on the Future of the Fed, Banking

Daniel Tarullo, a former Federal Reserve governor and one of the key architects of the post Dodd-Frank bank regulatory regime, sits down for a wide-ranging interview on the challenges facing banks and their regulators right now. He talks about Big Tech and banking, climate change, the need for money market mutual fund reform, and the greatest risks to the financial system right now.  He also  tackles whether President Biden should go big on stimulus or instead worry about the resurgence of inflation and whether the Fed has taken on too much responsibility.
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