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Federal Reserve Finalizes U.S. and Foreign Bank Prudential Standards

The long-awaited standards establish significant structural, liquidity, risk management, and capital requirements for the largest U.S. and foreign banks operating in the United States, including new intermediate holding...more

Select Broker-Dealer, Investment Adviser, and Investment Company Enforcement Cases and Developments: 2013 Year in Review

Table of Contents: Executive Summary; U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Executive Summary - This Outline highlights key U.S. Securities and Exchange...more

Community Bank TruPS CDOs Exempted from the Volcker Rule

Interim final rule exempts collateralized debt obligation vehicles that hold qualifying community bank trust preferred securities from the private fund sponsorship and investment prohibitions....more

A Review of, and Insights into, the Volcker Rule Regulations

Executive Summary: ..The final regulations (Regulations) adopted by the five federal financial regulatory agencies (Agencies) on December 10, 2013 to implement the proprietary trading and private fund prohibitions of...more

Federal Reserve Board Proposes Stricter Bank Liquidity Rules

Proposed rules include a shorter transition period, a narrower definition of what qualifies as “high quality liquid assets,” and a more stringent liquidity stress-testing methodology than the framework issued by the Basel...more

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