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What a Trump Presidency Means for Financial Regulation

Justin Schardin / Blog November 10, 2016

Major changes could be in store for the post-crisis regulatory structure that has been built over the past eight years.

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Regulators, Banks Move to New Stage on Living Wills

Justin Schardin, Kristofer Readling / Blog April 15, 2016

The Fed and the FDIC gave the five banks whose plans were deemed “not credible” until October 1 to make them acceptable to those agencies.

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Ending Too Big to Fail: Reform and Implementation

Finance / January 22, 2016 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ET

Will new capital requirements prevent short-term liquidity shortage and widespread panic in the financial markets?

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Brainard: Fed Should Consider Including Capital Surcharge in Stress Tests

Finance / News July 9, 2015

Officials are weighing stricter capital standard for biggest U.S. banks.

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Bank Living Wills: Five Years Later, Still in Probate

Justin Schardin, Kristofer Readling / Blog June 30, 2015

Dodd-Frank requires all banks with consolidated assets greater than $50 billion (often called “bank SIFIs”) to submit living wills.

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Fed Gov. Brainard to Keynote Joint BPC-MFA Event: Dodd-Frank at Five

Finance / Press Release June 26, 2015

Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard will provide her perspectives on the future of regulatory reform and implementation five years after the passage of Dodd-Frank.

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Dodd-Frank at Five: Looking Back and Looking Ahead

Finance / July 9, 2015 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard provided her perspectives on the future of regulatory reform and implementation.

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The Biggest Banks Aren’t Ready to Shrink

Finance / News March 5, 2015

New rules give big banks an incentive to shrink their balance sheets. But for most, massiveness remains part of the business plan.

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What’s the Best Way to Resolve a Global Bank?

Finance / Blog February 11, 2015

Last November, the Financial Stability Board released a proposal for a new failure resolution regime designed to address the too-big-to-fail challenge posed by the largest global banks.

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114th Congress: Let’s Get to Work

Governance / Blog January 12, 2015

BPC has compiled a list of “doable items” that Congress can tackle on a bipartisan basis. Taking action on these bills could go a long way to reinvigorating the legislative process.

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