So far, the Federal Reserve System has completed dozens of initiatives between August 2010 and March 2011 for compliance with provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act. Some of the proposals that the Fed will seek public comment on between April and June 2011 include:
The Board will request comment on a proposed rule to prescribe the forms and information requirements for nonbank financial companies designated for enhanced, consolidated supervision by the Federal Reserve to register with the Board.
The Board will request comment on changes to existing rules to implement the requirements of section 939A of the Dodd-Frank Act relating to use of credit ratings in agency rules.
The Board will request comment on a proposed rule, developed with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, to replace the investment grade rating requirement that applies to financial subsidiaries of national and state member banks with an alternative standard.
The Board will request comment on a proposed rule to apply certain requirements of financial holding companies to savings and loan holding companies that engage in financial activities permissible only to a financial holding company. These requirements will include companies being well capitalized and well managed, as well as adhering to the Community Reinvestment Act.
The Board, along with other federal financial regulatory agencies, will request comment on a proposed interagency rule to implement the Volcker Rule’s restrictions on proprietary trading, hedge fund and private equity fund activity by insured depository institutions and their affiliates (including bank holding companies).
The Board will request comment on a proposed rule developed jointly with the FDIC to implement the “living will” requirements for nonbank financial companies supervised by the Board, as well as BHCs with $50 billion or more in assets.
The Board will request comment on a proposed rule developed jointly with the FDIC to require nonbank financial companies supervised by the Board and bank holding companies with $50 billion or more in assets to report to the Board, FSOC and FDIC on the credit exposures between the company and other “significant” nonbank financial companies and bank holding companies.
The Board will request comment on a proposed rule to:
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