WASHINGTON, Nov 18 (Reuters) – U.S. Representative Paul Kanjorski on Wednesday released a summary of a proposal to give regulators power to break up financial firms that pose a risk to economic stability.
Financial Regulatory Forum
By Karey Wutkowski
WASHINGTON, Nov 3 (Reuters) – The chairman of the Senate Banking Committee is poised to release a draft bill on financial regulatory reform that meets many of President Barack Obama’s core goals, but it is unclear if it will gain any Republican support, an administration official said on Tuesday.
By Kevin Drawbaugh and Karey Wutkowski
WASHINGTON, Nov 3 (Reuters) – Congressional Democrats need more time to debate the funding for an Obama administration “resolution authority” bill for dealing with troubled financial firms, likely pushing committee consideration of the measure into next week, said lobbyists and a House aide on Tuesday.
By Huw Jones and Rachelle Younglai
LONDON/WASHINGTON, Oct 30 (Reuters) – The United States and Europe are moving at different speeds down possibly divergent paths toward dealing with troubled multinational financial giants, despite promises of transatlantic coordination.
By Kevin Drawbaugh and Rachelle Younglai
WASHINGTON, Oct 27 (Reuters) – Offshore funds would have to register with U.S. regulators under an amendment added to a bill mandating more oversight of private capital pools under debate on Tuesday in a U.S. congressional committee.
By Kevin Drawbaugh and Charles Abbott
WASHINGTON, Oct 15 (Reuters) – The Obama administration scored its first financial regulation reform victory in months on Thursday when a U.S. congressional committee approved new regulations for over-the-counter derivatives.
By Charles Abbott and Rachelle Younglai
WASHINGTON, Oct 7 (Reuters) – Congress’ chief architect on financial regulation said on Wednesday companies that use derivatives to hedge their risk would not be forced to comply with all the new rules for the $450 trillion private swaps market.
By Kevin Drawbaugh
WASHINGTON, Oct 1 (Reuters) – The Obama administration’s plan to form a “systemic risk” regulator for the economy looked more likely to win congressional approval after lawmakers noted a change in tone by the Federal Reserve on Thursday.