Interview With Anat Admati: Banks Still Too Sick to Pay Dividends

Bank shareholders should take a back seat to taxpayers.

Anat Admati is professor of finance and economics at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.

KIPLINGER: Many big banks had to suspend dividends in the wake of the financial crisis. Now the Federal Reserve says it's okay to reinstate them. You disagree. Why?

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Jennifer Schonberger
Staff Writer, Kiplinger's Personal Finance