Supervising Large, Complex Financial Institutions: What Do Supervisors Do?

Thomas Eisenbach, Andrew Haughwout, Beverly Hirtle, Anna Kovner, David Lucca, and Matthew Plosser
Staff Reports, Number 729, May 2015

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