After almost two years, the FHFA Wednesday issued final revisions to the FHLB capital framework that keep FHLB standards largely as they were.  Much in the final rule reflects longstanding reality (e.g., central clearing, FASB edicts, statutory demands to end ratings reliance), with FHFA retreating on some of its tougher proposals.

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