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New! Bank Capital Proposal Issued by Federal Banking Agencies

August 29, 2023 (1 min read)

Federal banking agencies recently issued proposed changes to regulatory capital requirements for banks and bank holding companies. The proposal seeks to implement stronger capital and liquidity requirements to align more fully with risks and to implement the changes adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. Check out this article providing a comprehensive analysis of the proposed regulatory capital requirements.

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