The growth of regulatory capital trades and the names of firms taking the other side

An interesting article in the New York Times yesterday tracked the growth of regulatory capital trades. Until or unless regulators clamp down, the volume of these trades in the market is expected to grow considerably. Note that the Brown-Vitter bill introduced in the US Senate would explicitly block these trades. Notable excerpts from the New York Times story are below.

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