Regulators approve Volcker Rule after years of deliberation Kelsey Ramrez is an Associate Editor at HousingWire. In this role she spearheads the production of HW Magazine.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — It’s time for Congress to provide more guidance to bank regulators on exactly. At issue is the Volcker Rule, which the Federal Reserve is still struggling to implement,
On December 10, 2013, the five US federal financial regulators (the "Agencies") approved joint final regulations (the "Final Regulation") implementing Section 619 of the dodd-frank wall street reform and Consumer Protection Act (the "Dodd-Frank Act"), commonly referred to as the volcker rule.1 section 619
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The Federal Reserve unveiled its plan Wednesday to soften regulations within the Volcker rule, which imposes limits on large banks in proprietary investment activities. Back in 2013, as part of the Dodd-Frank Act, regulators including the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. approved of the final rule after years of deliberation.
(Bloomberg) — The Federal Reserve plans to release a fresh revamp of the Volcker Rule by this year’s fourth quarter after Wall Street assailed an earlier proposal as not going far enough to.
The Federal Reserve Board on Wednesday asked for comment on a proposed rule to simplify and tailor compliance requirements relating to the "Volcker rule." By statute, the Volcker rule generally prohibits banking entities from engaging in proprietary trading and from owning or controlling hedge funds or private equity funds.
The Volcker Rule, named after former Federal Reserve chairman. said it would be allowing its 12 regional banks to approve those extension requests in most cases. Monday’s tweak marks the second.
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The Federal Reserve introduced a package of changes to the Volcker Rule, a key post-financial crisis regulation. The changes would ease rules on trades made by banks using depositors’ money. The move.
Federal regulators today voted to approve the "Volcker Rule," aimed at limiting risk-taking by big Wall Street banks.Under discussion for nearly five years, the rule (named for former Federal reserve chairman paul volcker, who proposed it), the rule is a prime example of the sort of tighter regulation that many – but by no means all – Americans support.