Banks Pose More Risk Than Pre-Crisis: FDIC Vice Chair
Since the end of the financial crisis, US banks have had to improve their capital structures, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still incredibly leveraged. In a recent interview with Fortune contributor Eleanor Bloxham, Federal Insurance Deposit Corp (FDIC) vice chair Tom Hoenig said that he is still worried about taxpayers’ exposure to banks risky positions.
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