Tags » Neel Kashkari

Glass-Steagall Reality Challenges Fed 'Symposium'

The third of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve symposia on “Ending Too Big To Fail” was planned for two densely academic panels on bank capitalization levels, by scholars of the Peterson Institute in Washington, but became a debate on Glass-Steagall, due to two interventions by EIR representatives. 268 more words


Minneapolis Fed President Reignites Too Big To Fail Debate

Neel Kashkari, the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, made headlines earlier this month by hosting a symposium in which he renewed charges that the nation’s top banks were “too big to fail”. 890 more words


Remembering that People are People

It is sometimes too easy to be jaded and cynical, and to write people off as merely a product of their affiliations and past lives. This especially applies to public figures and how we think about them. 882 more words


Central Banks Losing Control

From the Daily Reckoning


We can’t remember the last time we’ve seen such candor — in public, anyway — from a central banker. 623 more words


Break Up the Banks?

Yesterday’s surprising comments from the new president of Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Neel Kashkari, deserve attention, not because he occupies a position of great power – he doesn’t – but rather because of who he is. 227 more words


Government Sachs

From AntiMedia, by Dan Wright

On Tuesday, Neel Kashkari, the former head of Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), was named the next president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. 383 more words


Goldman's 4 horsemen of the Fed

Neel Kashkari, who oversaw TARP –the government’s bailout of big banks during the financial crisis — was named the next president and board governor of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve on Tuesday. 112 more words