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Understanding TLAC - The Federal Reserve’s final bank capital rules have been hailed as the end of too big to fail

The Federal Reserve Board’s final rules regarding total loss absorbing capacity (TLAC) requirements for global systemically important banks (GSibs) in the US will require levels of capital and other loss-absorbing capacity...more

TLAC’s Back! Sifting Through the Federal Reserve’s Final TLAC Rule

On December 15, 2016, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (the “Federal Reserve”) issued its final rules regarding total loss absorbing capacity (the “Final TLAC Rule”) requirements for global systemically...more

Don’t Drain the River: How US Bank Resolution Reform Will Dry Liquidity

Well-meaning initiatives to end the era of US bailouts have also dried-up market liquidity. That could be almost as dangerous - Banks perform critical functions in our economy, one of which is maturity transformation....more

They’re Here: The Final Interagency Regulatory Capital Rules

The Federal Reserve Board today approved the publication of the long-awaited final regulatory capital rules (“Final Rules” ), which were proposed one year ago (the “Proposed Rules”). While today’s action was taken by the...more

Dodd-Frank Implementation: Navigating the Road Ahead

Table of Contents: Introduction; Financial Stability Reform; Resolution Planning; Agencies and Agency Oversight Reform; Securitization Reform; Derivatives Regulation; Investor Protection Reform; Credit Rating Agency...more

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