Tom Hoenig, currently vice chairman of the FDIC, had been a member of the Federal Reserve’s policy committee in 2010. Recently released transcripts of Fed meetings that year show his reasons for dissenting against policy throughout the year.
Tom Hoenig, currently vice chairman of the FDIC, had been a member of the Federal Reserve’s policy committee in 2010. Recently released transcripts of Fed meetings that year show his reasons for dissenting against policy throughout the year. File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Tom Hoenig, currently vice chairman of the FDIC, had been a member of the Federal Reserve’s policy committee in 2010. Recently released transcripts of Fed meetings that year show his reasons for dissenting against policy throughout the year. File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com