Resolution liquidity rules set to squeeze US regional banks

Pressure to hold more high-quality liquid assets will eat into net interest margins

More money needed.

US regional banks face a squeeze on their interest margins if regulators implement a planned rule that would extend the country’s unique resolution liquidity requirements beyond the largest global banks. 

The proposal at the end of August to require more extensive resolution planning at large regional banks came after the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was forced to guarantee all deposits at the failed Silicon Valley Bank in March 2023, including those not normally covered by deposit

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