Too-Big-To-Fail Critic Tapped For Key FDIC Post
The White House announced that it would nominate Thomas Hoenig, the recently retired president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, to be the vice chairman of the FDIC's board of directors.
Hoenig, who served as the president and CEO of the Kansas City Fed from 1991 until early October, has been stringent in his criticism of systemically important financial institutions,...
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