WASHINGTON, June 6- Ben Bernanke has a plea for U.S. policymakers on behalf of his regulatory heirs: Keep big banks out of bankruptcy court in the event of a future Wall Street meltdown. Bankruptcy court may be the wrong place for banks to meet their maker, the former Federal Reserve chairman said on Tuesday at the Brookings Institution in Washington.
March 8- David Nason, a General Electric executive and former Treasury Department official, has told the White House he is no longer interested in serving as the Federal Reserve's bank supervision chief. Nason informed the White House that he no longer wished to be considered for the position of Vice Chairman at the Federal Reserve. "This could be seen as a victory...
March 8- David Nason, a General Electric executive and former Treasury Department official, has told the White House that he was no longer interested in taking up the role of Federal Reserve's bank supervision chief, Bloomberg reported. Nason, who heads GE's Energy Financial Services division, said he plans to pursue opportunities at the conglomerate,...
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