深圳外卖私人工作室联系方式 Tag Archive
Sign up for DS News Daily September 28, 2016 947 Views Subscribe Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago A House Financial Services Committee that has been bitterly divided over the Republican majority’s recent efforts to replace the controversial Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act examined the effectiveness of the Federal Reserve’s regulation and supervision of the country’s financial system on Wednesday.One side of the aisle was heavily critical of the Fed’s oversight and the “one size fits all” approach by Dodd-Frank when it comes to regulating the financial industry. They also criticized the Fed for a perceived lack of transparency when it comes to living wills (banks’ plans for easing into bankruptcy without disrupting the financial system) and stress tests (reviews to determine if a bank has enough capital to remain solvent during an economic downturn).The other side of the aisle defended Dodd-Frank and cited the recent Wells Fargo controversy, in which the bank was penalized $185 million for opening 2 million unauthorized credit card accounts, as evidence that more oversight is needed.Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen, the lone witness at Wednesday’s hearing in the Committee, told the Committee that she did not believe in the “one size fits all” approach when it came to regulating banks—and that she believes regulations should be tailored to the size of the banks.“[O]ur post-crisis approach to regulation and supervision is both forward-looking and tailored to the level of risk that firms pose to financial stability and the broader economy,” Yellen said. “Standards for the largest, most complex banking organizations are now significantly more stringent than standards for small and medium-sized banks, which is appropriate given the impact that the failure or distress of those firms could have on the economy. As I have discussed, we anticipate taking additional actions in the near term to further tailor our regulatory and supervisory framework.”Federal Reserve Chairman Janet YellenYellen’s testimony before Congress, which was part of a semiannual hearing on the Fed’s oversight of the financial system, came just a few days after Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo told an audience at Yale University that certain firms with less than $250 billion in assets that do not have significant international or nonbank activity will be exempt from the Fed’s stress testing. Approximately 25 regional banks will be affected by this change.Yellen said on Wednesday that community banks were “significantly healthier” and cited several ways in which the Fed was attempting to reduce the regulator burden for smaller banking institutions, notably with the Economic Growth and Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act (EGRPRA).The Committee majority was skeptical of this, however.“Where has the Fed’s omnipotence taken us?” Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) said. “The big banks are now bigger, the small banks are fewer, economic growth lags, and there is scant evidence our economy is more stable. . . And despite claims by the Fed that it ‘tailors’ regulations to fit the size of financial institutions, we know small banks are suffering disproportionately under Washington’s thumb. As we lose, on average, one community financial institution per day, consumers lose options to help them achieve financial independence—small businesses lose opportunities to grow jobs and the big banks just keep getting bigger.”The Committee minority took a different view, stating that the recent controversy around Wells Fargo should serve as a reminder of why regulation such as Dodd-Frank is necessary in a post-crisis financial world.“The Dodd-Frank Act has required regulators to increase capital and liquidity standards, reduce interconnection in the financial markets, and more closely scrutinize large financial firms’ risk management. However, there is much work left to be done,” Committee Ranking Member Maxine Waters (D-California) said. “As we have seen from the enormous failure of risk management at Wells Fargo, it’s important to remind the Committee—and the public—why these reforms were necessary in the first place. Fraudulent retail banking practices may not in and of themselves pose systemic risk, but they surely indicate mismanagement that could be catastrophic in riskier and more complex divisions of a bank holding company. Supervisors and law enforcement must continue to hold both institutions and individuals accountable.” About Author: Kendall Baer The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles in Daily Dose, Featured, News Print This Post The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Kendall Baer is a Baylor University graduate with a degree in news editorial journalism and a minor in marketing. She is fluent in both English and Italian, and studied abroad in Florence, Italy. Apart from her work as a journalist, she has also managed professional associations such as Association of Corporate Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Women, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and Project Management Institute for Association Management Consultants in Houston, Texas. Born and raised in Texas, Baer now works as the online editor for DS News. Fed Oversight House Financial Services Committee on Oversight and Investigation 2016-09-28 Kendall Baer Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: FHFA Offers Insight Into GSE Foreclosure Prevention Next: Contraction Grows for GSE’s Volume Summary The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Hearing to Address Fed’s Oversight Splits House Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Hearing to Address Fed’s Oversight Splits House Share Save Tagged with: Fed Oversight House Financial Services Committee on Oversight and Investigation Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago
BEST FEATURED ACTOR IN A MUSICALFRONTRUNNERSLeft to RightChristian Borle, Something Rotten! — As the Bard, this past winner shakes his leather-clad ass and gets big laughs throughout the night.Andy Karl, On the Twentieth Century — As a strapping goon of a Hollywood star, he plays deliciously off his leading lady and offers a startling change of pace from last season’s Rocky.Brad Oscar, Something Rotten! — In his eighth Broadway show, this past nominee earns a mid-show standing O following his Act One showstopper and is a lock for a nod.IN THE MIXLeft to Right:Tony Danza, Honeymoon in Vegas —This crowd favorite could earn a date with a different Tony.Josh Grisetti, It Shoulda Been You — His hilarious turn as the “you” of the title puts him squarely on the short list.Brandon Uranowitz, An American in Paris — As the musical’s narrator, this newcomer is winning throughout.Max von Essen, An American in Paris — This Broadway baby deserves a nod for his Act Two showstopper alone.BROADWAY.COM SHOUTOUTBrooks Ashmanskas, Something Rotten! — One of the most reliable funny men in town, this past nominee is the secret weapon of the show, quietly milking laughs for every second of time on stage.ALSO POSSIBLEClyde Alves, On the Town; Jason Danieley, The Visit; Kelsey Grammer, Finding Neverland; Tom Hewitt, Doctor Zhivago; Matthew Hydzik, Side Show; Jay Armstrong Johnson, On the Town; Howard McGillin, Gigi; Paul Alexander Nolan, Doctor Zhivago; Conrad Ricamora, The King and I; Ryan Silverman, Side Show; David St. Louis, Side Show BEST ACTOR IN A MUSICALFRONTRUNNERSLeft to RightMichael Cerveris, Fun Home — A past winner for playing John Wilkes Booth, this versatile favorite is a natural for dark subjects and as a mysterious dad, he’s unforgettable.Brian d’Arcy James, Something Rotten! — After showing tremendous diversity throughout his career in serious dramas, rock musicals and more, this two-time nominee is a joy leading a big musical comedy.Robert Fairchild, An American in Paris — As the titular character, this Broadway newcomer wows with his genuine triple threats and left no critic pining for Gene Kelly.IN THE MIXLeft to Right:John Cariani, Something Rotten! —A charmer as the more awkward Bottom brother, this actor and playwright could earn his second Tony nod.Peter Gallagher, On the Twentieth Century — Snubbed when he headlined the hit 1992 Guys and Dolls revival, this film and stage fave should earn Tony love this year.Matthew Morrison, Finding Neverland —The popular Glee star has returned to Broadway in a true leading man turn that is equal parts dazzling and touching.Roger Rees, The Visit — Although his role is smaller than some of his competition, this past winner is a great match for leading lady Chita Rivera and a well-liked member of the community.Tony Yazbeck, On the Town — This hoofer with eight Broadway credits to his name could easily score his first nomination for his winning turn as Gabey.BROADWAY.COM SHOUTOUTMichael Esper, The Last Ship — This stage regular gave a sexy, stirring performance in last fall’s failed Sting musical and deserves some late-season trophy attention.ALSO POSSIBLECorey Cott, Gigi; Rob McClure, Honeymoon in Vegas; Tam Mutu, Doctor Zhivago; Ken Watanabe, The King and I; Saul Williams, Holler if Ya Hear Me Who’s ready to obsess over those awesome triple threats that made Broadway’s musicals sing and dance (and pierce the heart)?! We sure are! Read on for our picks in the four musical acting categories in the 2015 Tony races. We’ve got legends and newcomers, always-nominees and never-nominees, laugh-getters and tear-makers. Here’s our Tony cheat sheet for performances in musicals! View Comments BEST ACTRESS IN A MUSICALFRONTRUNNERSLeft to Right:Kristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth Century — This past winner is showing off all of her considerable skills in this high-comedy performance and is guaranteed a nomination.Kelli O’Hara, The King and I — Yes, the five-time nominee is heading back to the Tony ball for her beautiful, naturalistic take on the heroine of this classic.Chita Rivera, The Visit —A genuine stage legend with two Tonys to her name, she’s basically guaranteed her tenth (!!) nomination for this unforgettable turn.IN THE MIXLeft to Right:Leanne Cope, An American in Paris — This Broadway newcomer is a dazzler and a true contender.Erin Davie, Side Show — Of the conjoined twins, Violet has the sadder story and she nailed it.Lisa Howard, It Shoulda Been You — Her show has a lot of famous names, but she’s the real star, delivering a heartfelt turn.Beth Malone, Fun Home — As lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel, she’s an unlikely narrator and a transfixing presence. BROADWAY.COM SHOUTOUTLaura Michelle Kelly, Finding Neverland — Shockingly, nominations have eluded this British star’s turn, which gives the new musical its beating heart. ALSO POSSIBLEKelli Barrett, Doctor Zhivago; Vanessa Hudgens, Gigi; Brynn O’Malley, Honeymoon in Vegas; Emily Padgett, Side Show; Rachel Tucker, The Last Ship BEST FEATURED ACTRESS IN A MUSICALFRONTRUNNERSLeft to RightTyne Daly, It Shoulda Been You — Although her show isn’t loved by all, this past winner could get her fourth nod as the funny mother of the bride.Sydney Lucas, Fun Home — Only 11, she’s delivering the most touching song of the season and is a lock for a chance at Tony glory.Judy Kuhn, Fun Home — After earning three nominations before 1994, this powerhouse is back on the boards and a major player in this year’s Tony race.IN THE MIXLeft to Right:Heidi Blickenstaff, Something Rotten! — She could earn her first nomination for a gender-bending turn as a feminist wife.Carolee Carmello, Finding Neverland— Always a standout, she could earn a fourth nomination as a buttoned-up mum.Victoria Clark, Gigi — This past winner brings great humor and warmth to the story of Gigi and her grandma.Ruthie Ann Miles, The King and I — As the King’s #1 wife, this Broadway newcomer stirs the heart.Mary Louise Wilson, On the Twentieth Century— She’s a first-class kook with possible round-trip ticket to the Tonys.BROADWAY.COM SHOUTOUTAlysha Umphress, On the Town — As sexed-up taxi lady Hildy, she can boogie, belt and, yes, cook, too. But can she be remembered for her sassy turn? We sure hope.ALSO POSSIBLESierra Boggess, It Shoulda Been You; Veanne Cox, An American in Paris; Megan Fairchild, On the Town; Lora Lee Gayer, Doctor Zhivago; Harriet Harris, It Shoulda Been You; Jackie Hoffman, On the Town; Dee Hoty, Gigi; Kate Reinders, Something Rotten!; Nancy Opel, Honeymoon in Vegas; Jill Paice, An American in Paris; Ashley Park, The King and I; Mary Beth Piel, The Visit; Tonya Pinkins, Holler If Ya Hear Me; Emily Skeggs, Fun Home; Elizabeth Stanley, On the Town
highlights Mumbai: Batting all-rounder Vijay Shankar on Monday experienced a “dream come true” moment after being named in India’s World Cup squad and said he is learning the art of handling pressure in a mega event from IPL teammates like Bhuvneshwar Kumar.”I am extremely elated to be in the Indian WC team. This is like a dream come true. We have a few World Cup winning team members here at Sunrisers Hyderabad and I have spoken to them to understand what it feels like to play in a WC and then go on to win it. I have learnt a lot from them on the ways to manage pressure at such a large scale event,” said Shankar referring to his IPL teammate Bhuvneshwar. Vijay Shankar makes his way into ICC Cricket World Cup squad. The BCCI announces 15-member squad for World Cup. Ambati Rayudu and Rishabh Pant misses out. Shankar is expected to be used as a floater in the batting order, especially at number 4. With his “three-dimensional qualities”, the Tamil Nadu player took the slot which was speculated to go to Ambati Rayudu before his dip in form in the home series against Australia last month.Bhuvneshwar, who will be playing his second World Cup, too was elated.”I am extremely happy to be selected for the World Cup, the conducive English conditions will suit my strength and I am looking to make the most of it. Playing for SRH in IPL has given me the right match practice just before the mega tournament like World Cup,” he said.SRH team mentor and former India batsman VVS Laxman said Indian selectors have picked a strong squad.”The Indian team is a very balanced side and is one of the strong contenders for the title. I have closely monitored Bhuvi and Vijay in the nets while they were on SRH duties. They look in great shape and are raring to perform on a stage like World Cup. I can see these players contributing in team’s success in a major way,” said Laxman. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.