On September 28, 2015, Governor Daniel K. Tarullo spoke on "Capital Regulation Across Financial Intermediaries" at the Banque de France Conference on Financial Regulation entitled "Stability versus Uniformity; A Focus on Non-bank Actors." In the speech, Governor Tarullo remarked on the importance of relying on more than quantitative measures when establishing regulatory requirements for non-bank financial institutions. He stated that "simply deciding that an intermediary provides mostly commercial banking services or insurance products does not fully answer the question of what its capital requirement should be." As an example of a rule in which a more nuanced approach was taken, he pointed to the use of short-term wholesale funding measures in the US G-SIB surcharge requirement.

The speech is available at: http://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/speech/tarullo20150928a.htm