Fed’s Randal Quarles outlines face of banking regulation to come while the Fed issues a new SLR proposal

Randal Quarles, Vice Chairman for Supervision at the Federal Reserve spoke last month at the American Bar Association Banking Law Annual Meeting. The speech, “Early Observations on Improving the Effectiveness of Post-Crisis Regulation” laid out what he was thinking about for bank regulation going forward. Meanwhile, a new proposal from the Fed yesterday suggested revisions to the Enhanced Supplementary Leverage Ratio regulatory framework in the US.
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