Federal Reserve Board proposes technical amendments to rule requiring global systemically important bank holding companies to hold additional amounts of risk-based capital

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Federal Reserve Board proposes technical amendments to rule requiring global systemically important bank holding companies to hold additional amounts of risk-based capital

Postby kreslik.news » Wed Apr 06, 2016 2:00 pm


The Federal Reserve Board on Thursday proposed technical amendments to its rule requiring global systemically important bank holding companies (GSIBs) to hold additional amounts of risk-based capital. The proposal would not materially change the underlying rule finalized by the Board in July 2015.

The final rule established the criteria for identifying a firm as a GSIB and the methodology a GSIB is required to use to determine its risk-based capital surcharge, which corresponds to the systemic risk of that firm.

The proposed amendments clarify that GSIBs must continue to calculate their surcharges using year-end data, while their related surcharge data will ... (read more)

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