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Stamford-based GE exec drops out of running for Fed Reserve spot

GE Energy Financial Services CEO David Nason prefers "to pursue opportunities at GE," according to the company.

Column: The future of Dodd-Frank, Affordable Care Act

The future of the Dodd-Frank and Affordable Care acts are both to be determined by the structure of Congress following the upcoming elections in November.

Lender marks return to Fairfield

Total Mortgage Services L.L.C., which was founded in Fairfield 16 years ago, has opened new retail offices in Fairfield and Ridgefield and will relocate its headquarters within Milford this fall.

Delays plague Dodd-Frank rulemaking

As the July 21 anniversary of the bill’s signing approaches, we asked John Alan James, an authority in the field of regulatory affairs and compliance, to discuss what’s next for Dodd-Frank.

Old days ‘forever gone’ for law firms

Day Pitney L.L.P. managing partner Stanley A. Twardy says the firm and the practice of law have experienced significant changes since the firm's predecessor arrived in Fairfield County 35 years ago.

Bill seeks to cut cost of hedging

A quartet of congressmen, including Rep. Jim Himes of Greenwich, have introduced a bill to modify a portion of Dodd-Frank that observers say makes it more costly for businesses like farmers and manufacturers to hedge against price fluctuations.

Challenges mounting for hedge fund managers

The founder of Delphin Investments L.L.C. says competing with public perception and against some of the larger fund management firms in Fairfield County has been challenging.

Two years in, uncertainty around Dodd-Frank rules remains

As we approach the third year with Dodd-Frank, many of the legislative core reforms are yet to be completed.

Ethics breed compliance, former federal prosecutor urges

James Comey, a former deputy U.S. attorney general and current general counsel of Bridgewater Associates, said companies should focus on ethics, and not just compliance.

Risk management on the forefront

Pace University’s John Alan James writes on the increasing significance of risk management practices and how the federal government will have its say on the matter.

Bank of England, lenders try out ‘correspondent’ model

Bank of England and other lenders are experimenting anew with the “correspondent” business model.

CFPB: Student loan debt at $1T

Outstanding U.S. student loan debt is now over $1 trillion, with college loans now surpassing credit cards as the largest source of unsecured consumer credit.

Private student loan defaults balloon to $8 billion

In a report released July 20, the CPFB and Education Department outlined several recommendations aimed at shoring up the private student loan market.

Dodd-Frank regs swamp financial professionals

A number of bankers, consultants and other financial services representatives working in Westchester County said the flood of new rules has been overwhelming.

New BNC chief sees Dodd-Frank burden

In September, Peyton Patterson becomes CEO of BNC Financial Group Inc., which owns Bank of New Canaan, Bank of Fairfield and Stamford First Bank....