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U.S. Intermediate Holding Company: Structuring and Regulatory Considerations for Foreign Banks – Visual Memorandum

Establishing a top-tier U.S. intermediate holding company (IHC) that complies with Dodd-Frank enhanced prudential standards involves complex structuring, regulatory, capital, liquidity, tax and corporate governance considerations as well as significant business, legal and operational analysis. We have prepared a visual memorandum (available here) that uses flowcharts, diagrams, comparison tables and timelines to explore key structuring and regulatory considerations for foreign banks that are required to establish an IHC.

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