In this issue:
- International Regulators Publish “Near-Final” Draft of Uncleared Swap Margin Rules
- CFTC and IOSCO to Host Roundtable on IOSCO Financial Benchmarks Report
- SDNY Favors the SEC in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Action Involving Novel Issues of Statutory Interpretation
- SDNY Finds Lack of Personal Jurisdiction in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Claim
- Deposit Insurance Coverage Seminars for Bank Officers and Employees
- Federal Reserve Board Extends Comment Period to Implement Enhanced Prudential Standards and Early Remediation Requirements Until April 30, 2013
- FSA Updates Guide to the New PRA and FCA Handbooks
- ESMA Recommends Proxy Advisor Code of Conduct
- Excerpt from "Federal Reserve Board Extends Comment Period to Implement Enhanced Prudential Standards and Early Remediation Requirements Until April 30, 2013"
Due to “the range and complexity of the issues addressed in the rulemaking,” the Federal Reserve Board (Board) has extended until April 30, 2013, the comment period on a proposed rule to implement the enhanced prudential standards and early remediation requirements established under sections 165 and 166 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act for foreign banking organizations and foreign nonbank financial companies supervised by the Board. The enhanced prudential standards include risk-based capital and leverage requirements, liquidity standards, risk management and risk committee requirements, single-counterparty credit limits and stress test requirements.
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Topics: CFTC, Deposit Insurance, Derivatives, ESMA, EU, FCPA, Federal Reserve, Financial Services Authority, IOSCO, Margin Requirements, Personal Jurisdiction, Remediation, SEC, Swaps
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Securities Updates
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