Admati on the Inefficiencies of Bank Regulation

Banks need to take fewer risks and hold more capital, but recent regulations, including the Volcker rule, are "not cost-effective" for banks and "too expensive for the potential benefits." That's bank critic Anat Admati, the Stanford finance professor and co-author of "The Bankers' New Clothes," who also discusses big banks' corporate governance and recent probes into high-frequency trading.