The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) recently issued proposed regulations that require nearly two dozen banks to conduct stress tests that measure capital levels under varying economic and financial scenarios. These new regulations cover nearly two dozen mid-size and lesser known banks regulated by the FDIC. SEE:Who Backs Up The FDIC Stress Tests The FDIC is charged under Section [.
In the stress tests, the Federal Reserve examined how the biggest U.S. banks would fare in various economic scenarios, an exercise required under the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial overhaul. Below are the Fed's estimates for the minimum ... Read Post
WASHINGTON -- The nation's largest banks are trying to scare the public about the impact of tougher capital requirements proposed by U.S. regulators, a top Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. official said Tuesday. Read Post
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is trying to do its part to respond to the crisis. It has proposed to change how it charges large financial institutions for depository insurance. The FDIC wants additional measures of risk ... Read Post