Fed’s Hoenig: ‘Too Big To Fail’ Threatens Small Banks

The viability of community banks is threatened by policies that have conferred “too big to fail” status on larger banks, reducing their cost of capital, Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Thomas Hoenig said on Monday. Hoenig also said the community bank model was still viable, especially if allowed to compete on an equal footing with larger banks. – Reuters

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