The decades-long push to modernize banking laws that have been in place since shortly after the Depression era took a major step forward last week. A panel talks about the new possibilities for mergers between banks, brokers, and insurance, and what it could mean for consumers


  • Frank Torres Legislative counsel for Consumers Union
  • Ed Yingling American Bank Association
  • Kathleen Day Center for Responsible Lending


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