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Kelleher’s Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit

Dennis recently did his first Ask Me Anything on Reddit. In the r/GME community, he answered questions from Redditors about the ongoing GameStop phenomena, the growing interest in SPACS and daily efforts advocating for a fairer financial and economic system for all Americans. Read his answers to many great questions asked by Redditors in a two-part […]

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Check Out What’s Happening at the SEC

Better Markets provides insights and perspectives on recent events at the SEC in the following op-eds and press releases. Read below to learn more about the confirmation of Gary Gensler as the new SEC Chair and steps he needs to take to help Main Street Americans; the appointment and sudden resignation of his new Enforcement Director; […]

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Welling on Wall Street: Listening in–Better Markets

Welling on Wall Street featured an in-depth conversation with Dennis Kelleher, Co-founder, President and CEO of Better Markets, in its April 2021 issue. In the wide-ranging interview, Dennis discussed the confirmation of Gary Gensler as SEC chair and the potential impact on that agency’s enforcement activities; his testimony at the House Financial Services Committee hearing on the […]

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Special Report Newsletter: “Sen. Brown Event/Stopping Trump’s Dangerous Deregulation”

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), ranking member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, recently joined Better Markets’ President and CEO Dennis Kelleher for an insightful discussion on the current state of financial reform during a webinar presented by Better Markets. The webinar, “President Trump’s Deregulation of Wall Street Making Catastrophe More Likely,” was […]

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Better Markets Responds to Deutsche Bank’s CFO

Last week, Deutsche Bank Chief Financial Officer, James von Moltke, published a letter in The American Banker responding to our Op Ed the week before last.  In our Op Ed, we discussed Deutsche Bank’s reported intent to decrease capital and return that capital to its shareholders.  We said that would be irresponsible and jeopardize the […]

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Middle-class Americans can’t afford another $22 trillion financial crash

by Dennis Kelleher (this op-ed first appeared in The Hill) As we approach the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers on Sep. 15 and the onset of the worst economic calamity since the Great Depression of the 1930s, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco released a new study on the lasting and ongoing impact of that financial […]

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Wall Street’s Latest Lobby Group Tries to Hide Their Self-Interest Behind the Public Interest — Again

By Dennis Kelleher, President and CEO of Better Markets (this op-ed first appeared on Medium)  Ever notice how Wall Street’s biggest banks and their lobbyists, lawyers and various other allies and advocates don’t mention that they are in the business of pursuing their self-interest in maximizing revenues, profits and bonuses? Instead, they talk about lending to Main […]

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