Bank executives kept their pay, he noted, counterparties and creditors were made whole, and the too-big-to-fail banks were not only kept whole but even made stronger: today, they are 20% to 25% bigger, he noted.

The big banks today are essentially government-sponsored entities -- they function outside the market, according to Barofsky.

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