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Governor Raghuram Rajan said, 'The current stress in the banking system suggests that the real economy will not wait for the banking system, and a slow pace of reform could lead to greater, rather than lower risk residing in the banking system.
Although we see no systemic threat to the banking system, we obviously are concerned about the risks to the reputation and integrity of our nation's banks arising from criminal elements using the banking system for illicit purposes.
To sum up, on the one hand, I'm positive that the Japanese banking system will survive.
Everything changes with a solvent banking system, but unfortunately, we don't know how long it will take.
Rather, banking regulation must aim to produce at a reasonable cost the banking system that can best serve our economy and the American people.
Columbia Banking System is a rapidly growing bank holding company with total assets of $235.
This expansion of the Federal Reserve's supervisory functions rests solely on the notion that in a two-agency structure it is desirable to have responsibility for supervision and regulation defined clearly by charter class to preserve the dual banking system.
Philip, president and chief operating officer of Columbia Banking System and president and chief executive officer of Columbia Bank.
Espe, chairman, of Columbia Banking System, 206-646-5370; or W.
Recent performance, however, offers genuine encouragement that conditions in the banking system are beginning to improve.
July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Columbia Banking System Inc.
Espe, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Columbia Banking System Inc.