In this issue:
- FINRA and ISG Extend Effective Date for Certain Electronic Blue Sheet Data Elements
- NFA Amends FCM Capital Requirements for Forex Transactions with ECPs
- Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Collateral Estoppel in Multiforum Litigation
- DOJ Narrows “Carve Out” Practice Regarding Corporate Plea Agreements
- Bill Introduced to Require Study on Basel III
- ABA Endorses Bill to Mandate Examination Fairness
- Agencies Provide Additional Instructions for Submission of Resolution Plans and Extend Deadline
- Federal Reserve Proposes Assessments for BHCs with $50 Billion or Greater in Assets
- Steve Antonakes, Acting Deputy Director of the CFPB, Addresses Bankers
- Excerpt from Federal Reserve Proposes Assessments for BHCs with $50 Billion or Greater in Assets:
On April 18 the Federal Reserve Board (Board) proposed an annual assessment of bank holding companies and savings and loan holding companies with $50 billion or greater in total consolidated assets and for nonbank financial companies designated by the Financial Stability Oversight Council for supervision by the Federal Reserve.
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Topics: Bank Holding Company, Broker-Dealer, Capital Requirements, Carve Out Provisions, CFPB, CFTC, Collateral Estoppel, DOJ, FCMs, Federal Reserve, FINRA, Multidistrict Litigation, NFA, Plea Agreements
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Securities Updates
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