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As the 10th anniversary of the Great Recession of 2008 draws nearer, some experts are beginning to worry that a looming bubble in corporate debt poses a great risk.
With huge sums being raised by ICOs and the danger of scams proliferating, regulators are seeking ways to create the right framework for supervision.
Former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen reflected on regulators’ missteps in preventing the 2008 financial crisis during a recent interview with Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel.
In a move that will give fintech companies the wind at their back, Europe is requiring banks to release account records to third-parties when customers request it.
As new U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell settles into office, experts consider the best pace for interest rate increases and whether the financial system is strong enough to weather[…]
Planning for the possible orderly shut-down of big banks can ensure that shareholders and management "bear the consequences of their decisions" -- not taxpayers, says the outgoing FDIC chair.
The LIBOR scandal is one of the biggest financial scrams in history. In his new book, journalist David Enrich unravels what went down.
New research from Wharton is changing the way investors are looking at the valuation of businesses by taking a closer look at the worth of those firms' customers.
Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel advises investors to hold tight for the ride -- the recent losses that erased some $4 trillion in value in global stock markets are an[…]
While the uptick in homeownership is nowhere near pre-recession levels, it marks a significant shift from a decade ago. But what has changed?
New Wharton research looks at how underpriced government mortgage guarantees contributed to the housing crisis, and how that could be fixed.