International Banking, Part I: The Federal Reserve’s Proposed Prudential Regulations for Foreign Banks

PLI Webcast

02/06/2013 01:00 p.m. - 02:00 p.m. EST

Banking + Financial Services, Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Financial Institutions | Europe

Barbara R. Mendelson

Barbara R. Mendelson


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On December 14, 2012, the Federal Reserve proposed significant new regulations affecting the operations of foreign banks in the United States. The proposals are designed to implement the enhanced prudential regulation and early remediation requirements of Dodd-Frank Act sections 165 and 166.

In this, the first of a four part series on International Banking, Partners Charles M. Horn and Barbara R. Mendelson will address the following topics:

  • Scope of coverage;
  • The requirement for an Intermediate Holding Company;
  • Capital and liquidity requirements;
  • Risk management, stress testing and other new requirements;
  • Early remediation requirements;
  • National treatment and competitive equity issues; and
  • Impact on foreign banks’ U.S. operations.

PLI will provide CLE credit.

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