The Federal Reserve issued a proposal to make changes to its capital plan rule that applies to large bank holding companies and U.S. intermediate holding companies of foreign banking organizations.
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The federal banking agencies today finalized two rules intended to provide relief for financial institutions as a result of actions taken to aid in the coronavirus response.
While not going so far as to designate the GSEs as systemically important financial institutions, the Financial Stability Oversight Council today unanimously endorsed the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s plan to rebuild Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s capital levels.
A group of House Republicans this week called on the regulatory agencies to exclude SBA Paycheck Protection Program loans from asset-based regulatory thresholds, deposit insurance premiums and other regulatory requirements.
The Federal Reserve today released two hypothetical economic and financial market scenarios that it will use in the next round of bank stress tests for the nation’s largest financial institutions.
While noting emerging indicators that credit availability declined and lending standards tightened in early 2020, the Treasury Department yesterday said it is difficult to find a link between these trends and the current expected credit loss framework due to the coronavirus pandemic.
ABA, the Financial Services Forum and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association wrote to the Federal Reserve today offering feedback on recent revisions to the Fed’s Form FR Y-14A/Q/M, the Capital Assessments and Stress Testing Reports
The federal banking agencies today finalized several rules originally issued as interim final rules during the spring weeks of the emergency coronavirus response.
The Federal Reserve today issued individual capital requirements, taking effect Oct. 1, for banks with more than $100 billion in total assets.
Regulatory reforms adopted by the world’s largest banks have bolstered the financial system’s ability to absorb the sudden economic shocks of the coronavirus pandemic, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles, who also chairs the Financial Stability Board, said in a speech today.