- Does the Steel Industry Perform Differently Than the Basic Materials Sector?
- GMO Opposition September 11, 2012 Psoras to USDA for Public Due Process Comment Period
- Psoras, Andrea: Structured, Thermogenic Diet or “The Diet”
- M&A: Current Issues and Trends Affecting the Banking Sector. ABA Journal White Paper 2Q94
- Andrea Psoras Resume for Financial Sector Mergers/Acquisitions
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ANDREA M. PSORAS 201 W. 117th Street #2B NY, NY 10026 (212) 666-2569 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org TRANSACTIONS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES LIST* 2011/2012/2013/2014/2015/2016 Public Due Process Comment Letter – FDIC Notice and Request for Comment: Guidelines for Appeals of Material Supervisory Determinations: Federal Register Vol … Continue reading
1/12/09 Via email: email@example.com Attn: Ms. Jennifer Johnson Secretary Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation Constitution Ave, NW Washington, DC 20551 Fax: 202 452-3819 Fax 202 452 3102 Cc: OMB Desk Officer … Continue reading
“Anat Admati on Bill Moyers: Thoughts on “Too Big To Fail”, an inflate/collapse strategy – Big Financials at risk for starring roles in a contemporary drama of Shakespeare ‘s Julius Caesar” A few weeks ago, I caught part of Bill Moyers’s program on … Continue reading
This past Thursday, the FDIC closed an extended comment period on its proposed regulation and process regarding ‘resolving’ a Systemically Important Financial Institution, also known as “SIFIs”. These depository institutions are the 20 or so largest in the US and … Continue reading