Federal Reserve eyes balance sheet flexibility for banks – is a return to the UST exemption on the table?

It’s still all about the balance sheet. In testimony before Congress last month, J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said that “the continued upward trajectory of regulatory capital requirements on America’s already fortified largest banks, particularly when not reflective of actual risk, is itself becoming a significant economic risk, because unrepresentative capital requirements erode banks’ ability to meet customer needs.” The Fed is listening.
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