OCC Publishes Final Rule that Revises the Risk-Based Capital Definition of Eligible Guarantee for Advanced Approaches Banks

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The OCC, the Fed, and the FDIC have published a final rule that revises the advanced approaches risk-based capital rules by removing the requirement that only guarantees provided by certain counterparties are eligible for recognition as credit risk mitigants. Specifically, the final rule modifies the definition of “eligible guarantee” for purposes of the advanced approaches risk-based capital rules by removing the requirement that an eligible guarantee be provided by an “eligible guarantor” for all exposures other than securitization exposures. The rule was published in the Federal Register on July 30, 2014. Press Release. Final Rule.


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