Go back and reread this post from this day 5 years ago:

How SEC Regulatory Exemptions Helped Lead to Collapse

Its quite amazing . . .

Category: Bailouts, Really, really bad calls, Regulation

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3 Responses to “SEC Regulatory Exemptions Led to Collapse”

  1. More accurate headline would be “Contributed to” Collapse

  2. Wiggs says:

    Still shaking my head five years later. I wonder if A.R. Sorkin has an excuse, I mean explanation, for the exemptions…..”The excess leverage was necessary to ensure high bonuses could still be justified” (with a sincerely pensive expression on his face of course)

  3. Onemoretime says:

    Has the exemption been pulled? There is still much being said about the high leverage the TBTF currently have.