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Governor Tarullo Foreshadows Proposal to Ring-Fence Large U.S. Operations of Foreign Banks

In an unprecedented and provocative speech, Federal Reserve Governor Daniel K. Tarullo foreshadowed a proposal from the Federal Reserve Board that could fundamentally change the way foreign banks are regulated in the United States. As previewed, the proposal would require foreign banks with large operations in the U.S. to create a separately capitalized top-tier U.S. intermediate holding company (“IHC”) that would sit on top of all U.S. bank and nonbank subsidiaries. The IHC would be required independently to meet all U.S.…  Read More

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2013 CCAR Process Begins and U.S. Basel III Rules Are Delayed

The Federal Reserve launched the 2013 capital planning and stress testing process for large bank holding companies with the publication of two sets of instructions: one set for the 19 bank holding companies that participated in the 2011 Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) process and another set for 11 other large bank holding companies that did not participate in the 2011 CCAR process. Among other changes from the 2012 process, the 2013 instructions reveal how the Dodd-Frank Act’s stress testing requirements will be integrated with the Federal Reserve’s capital planning requirements for the banking holding companies that participated in the 2011 CCAR process, and indicate that such bank holding companies will have a one-time opportunity to make a downward revision to any planned capital distributions before the Federal Reserve publishes its assessment of capital plans and will be required to publish their own summaries of certain company-run stress tests.…  Read More

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