19 Nov 2013
The global banking system is still digesting the proposed and final changes to regulatory requirements brought over the past year as implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act and the Basel III framework advanced. The framework for identifying G-SIBs and D-SIBs (or SIFIs in the U.S.) was proposed, the capital requirements were largely finalized, and the liquidity coverage ratio was proposed. The coming year promises even more sweeping changes, as implementation of the capital rules continues, and the Volcker Rule, SIFI framework and the liquidity coverage ratio will likely be finalized. In addition, the Federal Reserve is expected to address the risks of short-term wholesale funding with newly proposed rules. In this Webcast, Anna Pinedo and Oliver Ireland will review the phase-in dates for the capital rules, discuss the proposed liquidity coverage ratio rules, and identify areas that will be a focus of additional rulemaking, including the net stable funding ratio, margin requirements for non-cleared swaps, and securitization exposures.