June 2012
American Banker;6/22/2012, Vol. 177 Issue F324, p9
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The article presents blogs that comment on the June 21, 2012 article "Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Community Bankers," June 20 one "CFPB Must Be Less Bureau, More Cop" by Andrew Kahr, and June 12 article "Are Credit-Default Swaps a Marketplace or a Mud Pit?"


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