Hoenig commentary: Time to reduce scope and size of banks

Thomas M. Hoenig, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, writes that despite all of the talk about financial institutions becoming "too big to fail," the largest banks have become even bigger since the financial crisis. Hoenig argues that the scope and size of major banks must be reduced to prevent a repeat of the crisis and keep the financial system stable.

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