Alan Greenspan calls to break up too-big-to-fail banks

The biggest shortfall of the Dodd-Frank Act is its inability to remove incentives that encourage banks to misuse savings under an understanding that they are too big to fail, Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has claimed

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