Month: May 2019

The US Eases Post-Crash Restrictions on Banks, Rolling Back Dodd-Frank Regulation – But Will Deregulation Continue?

The Fed is currently soliciting input on a proposal to limit the scope of regulations in the Dodd-Frank Act, specifically as they apply to foreign banks. This is the latest in a set of recent changes that roll back some of the banking regulations applied after the 2008 financial crisis, with some experts voicing concern …

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Another Regulator Urges CEOs to Plan for LIBOR Transition

Banks are staring down the pipeline at several enormous regulatory changes through 2021 including the LIBOR transition. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) recently urged CEOs of financial institutions to understand the full impact of LIBOR on their contracts and business processes and take immediate action to address the upcoming transition. ASIC Commissioner Cathie …

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