Capital buffers won't hit growth much, Fed researcher says

08/30/2011 | Bloomberg

Oscar Jorda, a research adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, said tougher capital requirements for major banks shouldn't hurt economic growth too much. "These buffers raise the classic regulatory dilemma of safety versus economic growth, but may provide protection against financial calamity at an acceptable cost," Jorda said.

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