- Record-Setting Fines Still Megabank Pocket Change
- (Double) Standards of Accountability
- A blog post from ICBA President and CEO Cam Fine compares the difference in how Main Street and Wall Street financial institutions spent the five-year anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers. While community bankers from a failed bank were held to account with a lawsuit, JPMorgan Chase officials escaped from the “London Whale” fiasco with a fine—and without being held personally accountable.
- ICBA Backs Call for Clarity on Holder’s Too-Big-To-Jail Comments — Warner, Corker Request Justice Department Position on Wall Street Prosecutions
- ICBA President and CEO Cam Fine released a statement seeking clarification from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder of his statement that the size of too-big-to-fail financial firms inhibits the Justice Department prosecutions on Wall Street.
- ICBA: Holder Testimony Confirms Too-Big-to-Jail Problem — Holder testifies that too-big-to-fail hinders Justice Department prosecutions on Wall Street
- In March 2013, ICBA President and CEO Cam Fine released a statement following testimony from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder that the size of too-big-to-fail financial firms inhibits Justice Department prosecutions on Wall Street. Holder was testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
- 'Too Big to Fail' a Myth? What a Relief
- In a March 2013 op-ed featured on American Banker, ICBA President and CEO Cam Fine jokes that it’s a relief that the “too big to fail” problem doesn’t exist, at least according to an associate director at the Cato Institute. Fine continues to disprove the notion that TBTF does not exist.
- Senators Bash DOJ for "Evasive" Response on "Too Big To Jail"
- FRONTLINE, a show aired on PBS, writes that two U.S. senators have criticized the Department of Justice for offering an ‘aggressively evasive’ response to their questions in an ongoing war of words over why major banks have avoided prosecution for their role in the financial crisis.
- SEC Nominee Signals Cautious Approach to Prosecuting Banks
- In a March 2013 article on PBS.org, the discussion of the person President Barack Obama picked to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
- Senate Could Question HSBC 'Too Big To Jail' Case
- Members of the U.S. Senate will have a chance to ask banking regulators whether some financial intuitions really are too big to jail, according to a February 2013 ABC News article.
- Too Big To Jail?
- In a January 2013 Finer Points blog post, ICBA President and CEO Cam Fine encourages readers to watch The Untouchables, which is a video FRONTLINE produced that examines why no Wall Street executive has ever been prosecuted for the financial crisis.
- Too Big to Jail? — ICBA’s Fine speaks out on recent “Frontline” episode and expresses need to downsize TBTF institutions
- ICBA President and CEO Cam Fine said that it’s high time to restore sanity and accountability to the United States’ financial system and that too-big-to-jail firms should be downsized and split up.
- Promises Made, and Remade, by Firms in S.E.C. Fraud Cases
- In a November 2011 New York Times article, reporter Edward Wyatt writes about the promises made, and remade, by large financial institutions in SEC fraud cases.