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Ethics Metrics' publicly available industry research and its paid subscriptions to the portfolio of 100 large DIHCs bring transparency and actionable intelligence to information asymmetries or superior information that misleads DIHC investors while benefiting many large DIHCs in the U.S. banking industry. These risks qualify as dangers of default, default and systemic risks within 100 large interconnected DIHCs that potentially threaten the stability of the U.S. financial system. As points of comparison, the Systemic Risk Centre of the London School of Economics addresses UK and European issues and the Office of Financial Research addresses macro factors but neither brings transparency to the information asymmetries within the 100 large, interconnected DIHCs that qualify as dangers of default, default and potential systemic risks within the U.S. financial system. A significant factor to consider is that the goal of bank regulatory oversight is to protect the FDIC's Deposit Insurance Fund and the stability of the financial markets, not investors.