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Banking With Interest

Mar 29, 2022

Kate Davidson, the author of Politico’s Morning Money, talks about how she approaches writing one of the financial services industry's most influential newsletters. She also discusses why the Biden administration keeps struggling with its finreg nominations, how the Fed will tackle climate change, and what’s next...


Mar 22, 2022

Bill Donius, the former CEO and chairman of Pulaski Financial Corp. in Missouri, talks about how he used research into the brain to help grow his St. Louis community bank and write a New York Times bestseller, “Thought Revolution: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius.” Bill discusses how he uses that research to...


Mar 15, 2022

Sheila Bair, the former chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., discusses her fears if financial regulation becomes too partisan, as well as tackling several hot-button topics including central bank digital currencies and CRA reform. She also discusses the risks of buy-now, pay-later services and why she...


Mar 8, 2022

Isaac Boltansky, director of policy research at BTIG, offers his analysis on a busy week in D.C., including two days of testimony by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, President Biden’s State of the Union address and the economic impact of Russian sanctions. He also talks about whether the Fed will create a digital dollar...


Mar 1, 2022

Ongoing economic uncertainty, continued consolidation in the banking industry, tougher regulatory oversight, an overwrought housing market and a potential Fed digital currency are just a few of the issues currently facing banks. Two top leaders at the New Jersey Bankers Association—John McWeeney, its president and...