House Financial Services Committee
Bill seeks to give banks until 2019 to dispose of CLO assets
Barney Frank "not embarrassed" to be cause of increased compliance bill
A bad-tempered congressional committee hearing sees US regulators quizzed over Volcker rule costs
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HR 992 passes by 53 votes to six, despite protests by leading Democratic member on House Financial Services Committee
The voice of reason?
Expert predictions of delayed start date proven correct
Despite positive vote by House subcommittee, lawyers say a bill repealing section 716 of Dodd-Frank will not pass
Follow the leader?
More than half of respondents expect regulators to back down over extraterritoriality application of margin rules
Follow the leader?
Congressman Darrell Issa attacks margin rules that threaten to isolate US banks. Foreign regulators say they have no plans to copy the proposals
US banks will be shut out of the market for uncleared derivatives, says JP Morgan's chief risk officer
Vote is unlikely to delay reform implementation
Federal Reserve governor Daniel Tarullo stresses importance of central counterparties, close scrutiny of market participants
Democrats and Republicans spar in the first meeting of the two-week process.
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