PNC, Truist most reliant on tailored LCR requirements

Liquidity ratios would be below regulatory minimum without Fed's cap for regional US banks

Two of the largest US regional lenders, PNC Bank and Truist, would fall below their liquidity requirement in the absence of the “tailoring rules” developed by the Federal Reserve, Risk Quantum analysis shows.

Finalised in late 2019, the rules sought to better align prudential requirements to banks of different sizes. Category III firms – those with more than $250 billion in consolidated assets – were allowed to apply a 15% discount to net cash outflows when calculating their liquidity coverage

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