Client Alert

Agencies Propose a More Tiered Approach to Large Bank Supervision

20 Nov 2018

On October 31, 2018, the federal banking agencies released two separate proposals which, if adopted, would create a more consistent tiered approach to large bank supervision. The proposals would establish four categories of standards and apply them to institutions based on the risk they pose to the financial system. The new tiered approach would apply to U.S. banking organizations with respect to the application of (i) the regulatory capital rule; (ii) the liquidity coverage ratio rule; (iii) the proposed net stable funding ratio rule; and (iv) certain enhanced prudential standards contained in Regulation YY.

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