Bank Holding Company Capital Requirements

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PRA consults on identifying O-SIIs

PRA is consulting on its approach to identifying other systemically important institutions (O-SIIs). It sets out the proposed criteria and methodology derived from the Capital Requirements Directive and EBA Guidelines. In...more

Federal Reserve Issues Final Rule Requiring GSIBs to Bolster Capital

The Federal Reserve Board on July 20 approved a final rule requiring the largest, most systemically important US bank holding companies to further strengthen their capital positions. Under the rule, a firm that is identified...more

Federal Reserve Orders Bank Holding Company to Strengthen its Firmwide Risk Management, Cites Capital Planning and Liquidity Risk...

On July 7, the Board of Governors announced the execution of an enforcement action against a Boston-based bank holding company over deficiencies identified by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston concerning the company’s...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - February 2015

In this issue: - US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Issues Proposal Revising Provisions of Securitization Safe Harbor Rule - US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Issues Proposal Amending Regulations...more

FRB Issues Two Interim Final Rules Concerning Incorporation of Basel III Regulatory Capital Plans and Stress Tests

The FRB issued two interim final rules concerning incorporation of Basel III regulatory capital reforms into covered banking organizations’ capital and business projections used in the organization’s capital plan and stress...more

Federal Reserve Board Issues Rules On Incorporating Basel III Into Stress Tests

On September 24, the Federal Reserve Board issued two interim final rules that clarify how companies should incorporate the Basel III regulatory capital reforms into their capital and business projections during the next...more

Federal Reserve Issues Paper on Capital Planning and Rule for Assessments for Large Banks

On August 19, one day before issuing its notice of proposed rulemaking on bolstering leverage ratio standards (as discussed above in “Agencies Seek to Bolster Leverage Ratio Standards for Largest Banks”), the Board of...more

FRB Issues Paper on Capital Planning at Large Bank Holding Companies

The FRB issued a paper (the “Paper”) entitled “Capital Planning at Large Bank Holding Companies: Supervisory Expectations and Range of Current Practice.” The FRB’s capital planning rule requires all U.S.-domiciled, top-tier...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

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - April 19, 2013

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...more

Federal Reserve Board Releases Proposed Rules to Strengthen the Oversight of U.S. Operations of Foreign Banks

The Federal Reserve Board last month proposed new rules intended to strengthen the oversight of U.S. operations of foreign banks. The proposal implements provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection...more

A Proposed Fundamental Shift in US Foreign Bank Supervision

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (“Board”) has devoted some time to considering how to address the potential threat to the financial stability of the United States posed by a foreign bank with banking...more

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