Mr. Dimon Goes to Washington: Top Quotes of the Week
6. Mend It, Don't End It
These changes alone, of course, would not have prevented AIG’s troubles, which were the result of poor risk controls, negligent oversight by regulators, bad assessments by ratings companies and reckless internal management. But together with the other measures in Dodd-Frank, they could make the system much more resilient next time around.
— Matthew Schoenfeld, in the article "AIG Could Happen Again Without Dodd-Frank Fix."