1998-2003: Us Financial System Reform by Debt Loan Types and Bank Profitability

2847 Words Oct 19th, 2015 12 Pages
FISV 3040
Money & Capital Market

Research Paper
On Financial System Reform

Presented to
Professor Jean Holt

October 29, 2015
Prepared by
Yi Que

Abstract: 1998-2013: An Analysis of the Tangible and Intangible Costs of Financial Regulatory Reform and Deregulation (The Financial Institutions Deregulation and Reform Act 1999* and the Dodd-Frank Act 2010) on United States Capital Markets and Institutions as measured by Debt Loan Types and Bank Profitability.
Key words: Glass-Steagall Act, Financial Institutions Deregulation and Reform Act, Dodd-Frank Act, investment bank, financial statements.

II. Table of Content

I. Cover Page1

II. Table of Content2 Abstract, key works2

III. Introduction3

IV. Statement of Problem5

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IV. Statement of the problem
US financial crisis occurred in 2008 was to fulfill what the economists Dornbusch had declared, “In economics, things take longer to happen than you think they will, and then they happen faster than you thought they could.” (Dornbusch 2) The risks and destructive power of US subprime mortgage market, due to its outbreak, beyond most people's imagination. Eventually, it evolved into an unprecedented global financial crisis. What’s the initial reason for subprime? For this part, I going to analysis the tangible and intangible costs through financial crisis on US capital market, and compare the data from 1998-2013. To understand the financial crisis and its original reason, the journal has described clearly, “the financial crisis that has been wreaking havoc in markets in the U.S. and across the world since August 2007 had its origins in an asset price bubble that interacted with new kinds of financial innovations that masked risk; with companies that failed to follow their own
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