Over at finreg21–a new site devoted to news, analysis and commentary on financial regulatory reform with which I am affiliated–I interview Bill Isaac, former Chairman of the FDIC (during the savings and loan crisis). We talk about his views on mark to market accounting and his testimony before congress (and a smidge about his views on a systemic risk regulator). Arnold Kling has a pointedly-titled post on Bill’s views here. The interview is quite interesting, and Bill has strongly-held and strongly-argued views (with which I don’t entirely agree). Check it, and the rest of the site, out.