If Banks Can't Take Risks, Uncle Sam Must

My article a week ago in this space lacked a positive note about the 1991 banking legislation. Its provisions are designed to make bankers more cautious and risk-averse. And its impact on big U.S. banks, particularly those that have international operations but some capital weakness, could be devastating.

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