Interview Highlights

– States that regulations are causing Wall Street to downsize their operations, “The continued implementation of the new financial regulations – Dodd-Frank and so on – some of that is requiring changed business models where … because of that they’re selling off some of the aspects of their business.”

About Thomas DiNapoli

Thomas DiNapoli, Democrat, is the 54th Comptroller of the state of New York. He is a former state assemblyman in New York, who was appointed as New York State Comptroller on February 7, 2007. He was formerly the Chairman of the Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee. DiNapoli is from Long Island.   Since taking Tom DiNapoli has aggressively fought misuse of public resources, strengthened one of the nation’s top public pension funds, and consistently spoken out against fiscal gimmicks, imprudent actions and government inefficiency.  He’s been making government more accountable and transparent to the people for more than 35 years.  The New York State Comptroller manages the State’s $176.8 billion pension fund, audits the spending practices of all State agencies and local governments.

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