(Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) – While the regulatory pendulum has swung toward the “more” side since since the advent of Dodd-Frank Act in 2010, a relatively new – and less noticeable — counter-trend has emerged toward addressing complaints by smaller banks of disproportionately heavy regulation. (more…)
Financial Regulatory Forum
U.S. financial regulators have taken a significant step in completing the last component of the original liquidity standards laid out by the Basel Committee with the proposed rule on the net stable funding ratio.
By Bora Yagiz
NEW YORK, July 9 (Thomson Reuters Accelus) – The “living will” resolution plans submitted to U.S. regulators by nine big banks last week suffer from a number of limitations, including narrow scenarios of financial distress and an assumption that regulators will be coordinated in their approach. But there will be plenty of opportunity to perfect the blueprints.