The Minneapolis Fed wants a 15% Leverage Ratio and a 1.2% tax on secured financing. That’s one way to reduce risk…

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has released a plan to end Too Big to Fail (TBTF) on a comprehensive basis. The choice is again between strengthening bank balance sheets and permitting banks to engage in transactions that provide liquidity and capital to financial markets and the real economy. The Minneapolis Fed has come down hard on the side of risk management, but this would have some dire side effects.
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