|Ms. Fein is the author of numerous studies and other publications, including the following:
“The Convergence of Financial Products and the Implications for Regulatory Convergence,” Presented at a symposium titled “Can We Improve Policy-Making in Financial Services Regulation?” sponsored by American Enterprise Institute, January 24, 2007
“Financial Institutions as Fiduciaries: Managing Conflicts of Interest in the Wealth Services Business,” A Study Paper prepared for Federated Investors, Inc. 2006.
“An Analysis of the Morningstar Fiduciary Grades,” prepared for Federated Investors, Inc., 2004.
“The Fiduciary Investment Process and the Reasonableness of Fees—Establishing New Benchmarks,” prepared for Federated Investors, Inc., 2003.
“Regulating Convergence: Towards a Uniform Framework for Banking, Insurance and Investments,” prepared for the Bank Administration Institute, 2000.
“Proprietary Mutual Funds and the Fiduciary Investment Process: A Best Practice Guide,” prepared for Federated Investors, Inc., 2000.
“Repricing of Bank Trust Services: The Reasonableness of Trustee Compensation in a Mutual Fund Environment,” prepared for Federated Investors, 1996.
“Functional Regulation: A Concept for Glass-Steagall Reform?” Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance, April 1996.
“The Authority of National Banks to Invest Trust Assets in Bank-Advised Mutual Funds,” Boston Univ. Law School Annual Review of Banking Law, vol. 10, 1991 (with J. D. Hawke, Jr. and D. Freeman, Jr.).
Findings of the Committee of Inquiry Examining the Events Surrounding October 19, 1987, (assisted Blue Ribbon Panel Member John D. Hawke, Jr.), Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Final Report, 1988.
“The Separation of Banking and Commerce in American Banking History,” Appendix to Statement of Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul A. Volcker, Structure and Regulation of Financial Firms and Holding Companies Part 1, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the House Government Operations Committee, 99th Cong., 2d Sess. 393 (June 11, 1986).
“Facing the Future: Life Without Glass-Steagall,” 37 Catholic U. L. Rev. 281 (1988) (with William Isaac, Chairman FDIC).