Browsing: Liquidity

Policy

ABA today welcomed the Federal Reserve and FDIC’s effort to revisit the 41-year-old CAMELS uniform rating system and urged the agencies to make CAMELS ratings reflective of today’s regulatory requirements, to communicate ratings expectations in advance and to make the “M” or management component more transparent.

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In remarks in New York last night, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles suggested that making reserves and Treasury securities more interchangeable from a liquidity regulation and supervision perspective could help improve the efficiency of the financial system and prevent sudden liquidity crunches in the markets, such as those that occurred last September.

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