Mark Williams

former Bank Regulator and Examiner, Federal Reserve Bank

Guest

Professor of Finance and Economics at Boston University and a specialist in risk management; former bank regulator and examiner for the Federal Reserve Bank in San Francisco and Boston

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American International Group , the world's largest insurance company, got $150 billion in  federal bailout money  in the last quarter of 2008 and still lost $62 billion.

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