The Trump administration’s first interagency assessment of systemic risk highlighted many of the same worries as previous reports, but added a new emphasis on economic growth and regulatory tailoring.
The holding company structure makes sense for large banks with complex business models and small banks looking to bulk up through acquisitions. But for a large swath of banks in the middle, the benefits are harder to spot.
Lenders will find little cheer in new FCA rules for struggling credit card users
A bull market and investor appetite for bank stocks are spurring more mutuals to consider partial conversions.
Former regulator planned to levy tougher capital rules on Lloyds without takeover
Some firms are investing in technology to help insurance clients shift to paperless payment processing.
Maria Zuber, who oversees research administration and policy at MIT, has been appointed to the board’s enterprise risk and corporate governance committees.
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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has forged a pact with the European Union-based entity that handles failed-bank cleanups to share information and collaborate on planning for cross-border resolutions.
The 2010 law does very little to constrain regulatory power, explaining why Republicans pushed for reforms during the Obama presidency and why, under President Trump, Democrats are so vigorously opposing agency management changes.