This week in financial reform

Is presidential candidate John Huntsman’s financial reform plan tougher than Obama’s? asks Bloomberg News

Silicon Valley expresses its concern about potential impact of Volcker rule, while Japan becomes latest foreign nation to voice opposition to Volcker rule proposals.

Whistleblowers raked in an unprecedented $532 million in 2011 reports Reuters.

The Huffington Post contends that Jack Lew’s selection as Obama’s chief of staff bodes ill for the future of financial reform.

The Federal Reserve diverges from global regulators on liquidity buffer reports the American Banker.

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