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Cornelius Hurley

Professor, Head of Morin Center for Banking and Financial Law

Boston University Law Professor Cornelius Hurley is the director of the Morin Center for Banking and Financial Law at Boston University and a former Assistant General Counsel for the Federal Reserve System. He began his career in financial services at Shawmut National Corporation as General Counsel in 1981.

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Living Wills Only Work If Regulators Are Psychic
April 25, 2016 The core problem with the living wills, as with other tools in the Dodd-Frank Act to end “too big to fail,” is that they are...

End 'Too Big to Fail' by Making It Shareholders' Problem
January 23, 2013 Require megabanks to pay their stealth subsidies into a reserve available only to creditors and the FDIC. Market discipline...

Election Projections: Who’s Good for Banks and Why
July 8, 2012 The election is likely to hinge entirely on voters’ sentiments about the economy, and banking plays no small role in...

'Capital Doesn't Matter. Confidence Is What Matters'
Christopher Whalen, senior managing director and head of research at Kroll Bond Rating Agency, discusses the sorry state of European banks, the missteps by European Union regulators and the potential ramifications for financial institutions in the U.S.
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