Abby McCloskey, American Banker, August 6, 2013
"No one is shedding tears over banks being designated systemically important under Dodd-Frank, but they should. Most designees had nothing to do with the financial crisis and don't pose a threat to economic stability, but they're subject to the full brunt of Dodd-Frank's rules.
The result? There's less competition and supervision for banks widely regarded as "too big to fail" the exact opposite of what policymakers intended."