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Troutman Pepper | USA | 30 Aug 2023

Federal Agencies Request Comment on Proposed Rule Requiring Large Banks to Maintain Long-Term Debt

On August 29, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Federal Reserve), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and Office of the…
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White & Case | European Union, USA | 15 Aug 2023

Subdued macro conditions shelve major loan activity

The first half of 2023 has proven to be a challenging period for loan issuance across the globe, with double-digit, year-on-year declines in activity…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 7 Aug 2023

Artificial intelligence: key updates and developments (1- 7 Aug)

The US Fed says generative AI poses a threat to the resilience of the financial system, South Korea releases guidance on using personal data for AI, and Google Assistant is set to be overhauled – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Global, USA | 28 Jul 2023

US regulators announce Basel III plan

US federal regulators have ended months of speculation with their newly-announced plans for implementing the final components of Basel III – going beyond its requirements with a ban on internal models for credit and operational risk, increasing the amount of capital banks need to hold, and expanding the framework to all banks with US$100 billion or more in total assets.

Lexology PRO | Global, Switzerland, United Kingdom, etc. | 26 Jul 2023

UBS to pay for Credit Suisse’s Archegos failures

Regulators in the UK and US have handed Credit Suisse a combined US$387 million in fines, as its home regulator in Switzerland finds it “seriously and systematically” violated financial market laws in its relationship with the Archegos family office, ordering corrective measures from the defunct bank’s new owner UBS.
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Lexology PRO | Estonia | 19 Jul 2023

Deutsche Bank to pay $186 million for insufficient AML, sanctions controls

The US Federal Reserve Board ordered the bank to improve its anti-money laundering and sanctions compliance controls after finding that it violated two past orders.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 27 Jun 2023

US capital requirements debate intensifies in duelling regulators’ speeches

As the Basel III endgame looms, Democratic FDIC chair Martin Gruenberg and Republican Fed governor Miki Bowman have laid out their cases for and against strengthening capital requirements in the wake of this year’s banking turmoil.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 22 Jun 2023

US commercial contracts: key federal and state updates (8 Jun – 21 Jun)

Banks get interagency guidance on managing third-party risks, and a default judgment against Ooki DAO raises questions about smart contracts – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Italy, etc. | 20 Jun 2023

Financial crime: key compliance updates (7 – 20 Jun)

The EU approves proposals for a central bank account register, the UK widens the scope of criminal insider dealing, and the US introduces legislation to make the US FinCEN more accountable – plus other key updates.
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Global Banking Regulation Review | European Union | 9 Jun 2023

ECB official backs strengthened governance over “ever-more-precise” regulation

“Well-run banks don’t fail.” The chair of the European Central Bank’s supervisory board Andrea Enria has told a US audience that bank supervisors should quit designing “ever-more-precise” regulations for all circumstances in favour of improving banks’ internal governance and risk management.
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