Tag Archives: Dodd-Frank

ABA, Groups Urge Fixes to Counterparty Exposure Limit Proposal

ABA and several other financial groups on Friday urged the Federal Reserve to simplify its proposed rule setting aggregate credit exposure limits for banks and holding companies with more than $50 billion in assets and to align the rule with other international and domestic frameworks.

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Fed Moves Forward with Executive Compensation Proposal

The Federal Reserve Board today voted to re-propose the executive compensation rule mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act, prohibiting incentive-based compensation arrangements for executives that the regulators believe could encourage excessive risk-taking behavior.

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Lawmakers Discuss Reg Relief Common Ground, Spar on Rhetoric

Passing major regulatory relief for banks is going to be a heavy lift in 2016, according to a bipartisan panel of legislators at ABA’s Government Relations Summit, although the lawmakers emphasized their efforts to find common ground on regulatory reform. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.) said passing reg relief this year would be “difficult” and that the GOP-led House would pass ...

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Hensarling Previews Regulatory Reform Plan

Speaking today at ABA’s Government Relations Summit, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) offered a preview of a financial regulatory reform plan that he expects to unveil soon.

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Sen. Scott: ‘Dodd-Frank Is Not for Us, It Is Against Us’

Speaking to the more than 1,000 attendees at ABA’s Government Relations Summit in Washington, D.C. today, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) criticized the Dodd-Frank Act, saying that the legislation created a “regulatory labyrinth” that has stymied banks’ ability to serve their customers and grow the economy.

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