By disregarding previous analysis of the impact capital reforms can have on the derivatives market, the authors argue federal banking regulators will harm businesses’ ability to hedge risk.
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The U.S. banking system is already well capitalized, and regulators have not demonstrated how the “Basel III endgame” proposal would increase safety and soundness.
Rebutting erroneous claims about the FHLBs and the failure of Silicon Valley Bank.
It’s inappropriate to ask American consumers and businesses to simply rely on regulators’ assurances about the future — particularly when they’re being asked to accept new standards developed by an entity far removed from our financial system.
The SEC custody rule would harm retail investors, but it’s not too late to change course.
The credit union regulator’s recent Wall Street field trip for CUs undercuts arguments for special tax privileges.
Bank talent powers this innovation. Together, the investments bank leaders make in tackling these two challenges will set us on a path to a prosperous future.
Innovation that puts the payment system at greater risk isn’t “disruption.” It’s an unforced error that the Fed can and should easily avoid.
Time is running out for the Federal Reserve to make a simple but critical fix to ensure infusions of funds reach disadvantaged communities.
To encourage bank-driven innovation and connect banks with innovating entrepreneurs to tackle banking’s toughest problems, ABA will invest in Canapi Ventures’ second fund and serve as a critical link between Canapi and the nation’s community banks.