OCC, Board of the Federal Reserve and FDIC Publish Final Rule Implementing Net Stable Funding Ratio

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On February 24, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) published a final rule in the Federal Register implementing the net stable funding ratio. The rule implements a minimum stable funding requirement for covered institutions, with the intention of reducing the likelihood that disruptions to a covered institution’s regular sources of funding would affect such institution’s liquidity position in a way that could lead to systemic stress. The covered institutions include U.S. depository institution holding companies, depository institutions or U.S. intermediate holding companies of a foreign banking organization with more than $100 billion in total consolidated assets that meet certain asset size and risk factor requirements. Bulletin.

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