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Trump’s call to ‘rationalize’ federal financial regulation could threaten U.S. dual banking system

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

As a prelude to “doing a big number on Dodd Frank,” President Trump issued an Executive Order February 3 designating “core principles” of financial regulation, which include a directive to “rationalize the Federal financial...more

The Trump Administration: President Trump Issues Executive Actions on Dodd-Frank and the DOL Fiduciary Rule

On February 3, 2017, President Trump signed two executive actions intended to provide a framework for scaling back the Dodd-Frank Act (“Dodd-Frank Act”) and rescinding or revising the Department of Labor’s “fiduciary rule.”...more

Dodd Frank under attack: Which parts will bankers push to keep?

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

President-elect Donald Trump and various other political figures have pledged at various times in recent months to “repeal” the Dodd Frank Act. As the time has drawn closer for Mr. Trump to take office, calls to “repeal” Dodd...more

"The Trump Impact: Key Issues in Financial Services Reform for 2017"

The Trump administration has provided few specifics regarding its plans for financial regulatory reform. But Republican control of the executive and legislative branches of the federal government should create a favorable...more

Implications of the 2016 Election for Banks, Systemically Important Financial Institutions and Their Investors

by Dechert LLP on

Campaign promises rarely turn into specific actions, but when they do, they are necessarily impacted by the dynamics of the legislative process. History suggests, however, that the policies of candidates can be a predictor of...more

“High Volatility” - How Can Banks Avoid Having Loans Classified as HVCRE?

by Williams Mullen on

Where did the HVCRE rules come from? In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, international banking regulators determined that banks were not sufficiently well-capitalized and published the Basel III Capital Accords in...more

Chairman of the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Provides Remarks on the Impact of Post-Crisis Reforms on the US Financial...

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

FDIC Chairman Martin Gruenberg provided remarks on the improvements to the US financial system and the economy as a result of the regulatory reforms that have been implemented since the financial crisis...more

"Banking Regulators Increasingly Assert Jurisdiction Beyond Financial Institutions"

Federal and state banking regulators have broad and largely discretionary supervisory and enforcement powers over the financial institutions they regulate, which include banks and their affiliates. Key regulators in this area...more

Mid-Market Trends - Leveraged Lending and the Current Regulatory Environment

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Financial institutions, institutional investors and liquidity providers to the leveraged loan markets are finding themselves increasingly subject to new regulation in the United States and abroad. Both global and U.S....more

Dodd-Frank at 4: Where do we go from here?

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

Where do we go from here? As we mark another milestone in regulatory reform with the fourth anniversary of the enactment of the Dodd-Frank Act, it strikes us that although most studies required to be undertaken by the Act...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - February 2015 #3

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

In this issue: - Bank Prudential Regulation & Regulatory Capital - Regulatory Capital Tool for Securitization Exposures - European Banking Authority Reports on Implications of Regulatory Reforms for...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - November 2014 #2

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

In this issue: - Bank Prudential Regulation & Regulatory Capital - Compensation - Consumer Protection - Derivatives - Enforcement - Financial Services - Funds -...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

ESMA Updates its Questions and Answers on EMIR Implementation - On October 24, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published an updated version of its Questions and Answers on the European Market...more

Basel III Framework: Liquidity Coverage Ratio (US Implementation)

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

The three US bank regulatory agencies issued a final regulation implementing the Basel III Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) which requires banking organizations to maintain a minimum amount of liquid assets in order to meet...more

Fear of Heights? OCC Adopts Heightened Standards for Risk Governance of Large Institutions

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Wasting no time in leaving summer behind, on September 2, 2014, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) adopted Final Guidelines, to be published soon in the Federal Register, establishing risk governance...more

Federal Banking Regulators Finalize Liquidity Coverage Ratio

On September 3, the FDIC, the Fed, and the OCC finalized the Liquidity Coverage Ratio rule to strengthen the liquidity positions of large financial institutions. The rule will for the, first time, create a standardized...more

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

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...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

Amendments to Offshore Fund Rules to Reflect Finance Act 2014 AIFM Partnership Tax Changes - Regulations amending the Offshore Funds Regulations 2009 (the 2009 Regulations) to reflect the Finance Act 2014 changes to...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - June 2014 #2

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

In this issue: - Derivatives - Capital and Prudential Regulation - Remuneration - Credit Ratings - Funds - Financial Services - Enforcement - Events -...more

Federal Banking Agencies Seek Comments on Their Regulations in Effort to Reduce Regulatory Burden

by Goodwin on

The FRB, FDIC and OCC (the “Agencies”) published the first of a series of four requests seeking public comments to identify regulations of the respective Agencies that are seen as outdated, unnecessary or unduly burdensome. ...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

FMLC Publishes Response on Bail-in Powers - In response to a consultation by HM Treasury, the UK's Financial Markets Law Committee (FMLC) published a letter on June 4 relating to the bail-in powers introduced by the...more

Financial Services Report, Summer 2014

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

In This Issue: - Beltway Report - Bureau Report - Mobile Payments - Mortgage and Fair Lending Report - Operations Report - Preemption Report - Privacy Report - Arbitration Report - TCPA...more

Bank Regulatory Agencies Seek to Identify Reductions to Regulatory Burden

On June 4, the Fed, FDIC and OCC published the first of several requests for comments to identify outdated, unnecessary or unduly burdensome regulations imposed on insured depository institutions. ...more

Financial Services Bulletin: Action At Federal Agencies

by Perkins Coie on

Federal Agencies Issue Enhanced Supplementary Leverage Ratio Final Rule for Largest Banking Organizations and Propose Update to Supplementary Leverage Ratio Rule - On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, the Board of Governors of...more

House Committee on Financial Services Concerned with Decreased Consumer Choice

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

As we previously reported, the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee held a hearing on the effects of regulatory “red tape.” In her opening statement, Meredith Fuchs, General Counsel of the Consumer Financial...more

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