Decision to Loosen U.K. Banks’ Capital Constraints Divides Experts
Wall Street Journal , July 18, 2016

Countercyclical Capital Buffer Gets Its Day in the Sun
Wall Street Journal, July 5, 2016

A milestone for financial reform, but skeptics remain
Washinton Examiner, July 1, 2016

How Banks Play The Game of Fed Stress Tests
Bloomberg, June 30, 2016

Italian Banking System “Incredibly Sick”
Bloomberg, June 30, 2016

Dear Hillary Clinton, Here are Slate’s Picks for Your All-Female Cabinet
Slate, June 27, 2016
Republicans say more than ‘no’ on bank rules
USA Today, June 14, 2016

How Online Tickets Scalping (eventually) Helped“Hamilton”
The New Yorker, June 11, 2016

Banks tell Basel to back off credit-risk capital limit
Business World Online, June 8, 2016

The Overselling of Financial Transaction Taxes
Project Syndicate, June 6, 2016

Banks Tell Basel to Back Off Credit-Risk Capital Restriction
Bloomberg, June 6, 2016

Federal Stress Tests Keep banking Executives on Their Toes
NewsMax Finance, June 1, 2016

Unfinished business: how to tackle too big to fail
Financial World, June 2016

US Capitalism in crisis while most Americans lose out
The Gaurdian, May 21, 2016

The Shifty Linguistics of ‘Capital’
Foreign Policy, May 19, 2016

Wall Street Bets on a Democrat for the First Time Since 2008
Bloomberg Politics, May 12, 2016

In banking, it’s all other people’s money
The Washington Post, April 22, 2016

The Bankers’ new clothes
ABC News Australia, April 19, 2016
The call for a royal commission into banking has put the spotlight on the role of financial regulators. Anat Admati, a US based expert on financial regulation told the New York Times last week, ‘The main obstacle to financial reform is the lack of political will. To fix banking, we must hold policymakers who fail to protect us, accountable.’
The Financial System Remains Too Fragile, Too Distorted, Too Dangerous
The New York Times, April 14, 2016

Banks’ living wills remain a work a work in progress
Marketplace, April 13, 2016

Banks Plead Guilty, Pay Billions to Settle Currency Rigging Charges
KQED-Forum, May 21, 2015
Five of the world’s largest banks including JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup will pay fines totaling $5.7 billion for manipulating foreign exchange rates. Four of the banks will plead guilty to U.S. criminal charges for their operation of a self-described “cartel” which regulators say defrauded consumers, investors and institutions around the world. We look at the settlement and its implications for future regulation of the global foreign exchange market.
Financial Crises are Man-Made Disasters
World Economic Forum, February 22, 2014
At the 2014 World Economic Forum, a Stanford GSB finance professor discussed actions to improve the safety of the international financial system.
We’re All Still Hostages to the Big Banks
The New York Times, September 25, 2013
Writing in the New York Times, the finance professor says five years after Lehman Brothers’ collapse, the global financial system is still no safer.
The Great Bank Escape
Project Syndicate, February 17, 2013
Anat Admati discusses why the global financial system remains “distorted and dangerous.”
How to Strengthen the Banks
Washington Post, December 9, 2012
Anat Admati assesses what President Obama must do now.
Why the Bank Dividends Are a Bad Idea
Reuters, April 14, 2012
In a Reuters oped, Professor Anat Admati argues that bank dividend payouts to shareholders expose “the economy to unnecessary risks without valid justification.”
Sizing up Banks’ Capital Needs
Bloomberg, November 20, 2011
Fed Runs Scared with Boost to Bank Dividends
Bloomberg, March 24, 2011
Bankruptcy Is Not an Option
New York Times, 12 7, 2010
What Jamie Dimon Won’t Tell You