SLR rollback could mark the return of 1990s Tier 1 leverage ratio as a binding constraint
New framework for tiering FBO requirements could come as early as this week
Community banks want end to public shaming of those who fail key supervisory test
Head of new trade body says Fed should average capital requirements over multiple scenarios
US Bancorp, PNC and Capital One stand to benefit if House passes bill
Senate or House changes to CCAR could also affect Fed’s new stress capital buffer
Fed chair says raising of Sifi threshold will not affect application of enhanced standards
Holdco leverage ratio will fall, but initial margin and custody funds still in scope
Supporters of bankruptcy act want it separated from repeal of Dodd-Frank Title II
US treasury secretary’s stance on banking reform appears to contrast with that of Donald Trump
Bank prop trading ban drafted in a lunch break after Democrat defeat in Massachusetts
Former Fed chair tells Risk.net that calls for total overhaul of eponymous rule are misplaced
Designation process criticised at House hearing; senators call for review
Rules mandated by statute must be adopted by regulators, Clayton concedes
Fed's analysis of NSFR costs "dubious at best", says AEI scholar Paul Kupiec
Language neutering swaps push-out was the work of political staff and banks
Congressman supports elements of a bill to clarify CFTC mandate on swap trading venues - but insists it should not weaken competition
Follow the leader?
The extraterritorial application of US uncleared margin proposals will make it tough for US banks to compete with their foreign counterparts unless the proposals are copied by regulators elsewhere
Bernanke says Fed expects to issue proposed rules on Sifi oversight this summer; also 'on schedule' to implement Basel III
Johnson to oversee Senate banking committee
Republicans voted against debating financial reform again, despite the elimination of mandatory exchange trading from the bill.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) moved to increase oversight of several unregulated energy contracts today, even though broader financial reform from Congress could negate the action.