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Dodd-Frank Enhanced Prudential Standards for Foreign Banks with Limited U.S. Footprints: Visual Memorandum

The Federal Reserve’s Dodd-Frank enhanced prudential standards (EPS) final rule adopts a tiered approach for applying EPS to foreign banks. Under the tiered approach, the most burdensome requirements will only apply to foreign banks with large U.S. operations, whereas fewer requirements will apply to foreign banks with limited U.S. footprints. We have prepared a visual memorandum focusing on the requirements that will apply to foreign banks with limited U.S. footprints, including the U.S. risk committee, internal liquidity stress testing, home country capital certification and home country capital stress testing requirements.

View Visual Memorandum on Dodd-Frank EPS for Foreign Banks with Limited U.S. Footprints (PDF)

 

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