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19 01, 2024


2024-01-19T16:07:07-05:00January 19th, 2024|2- Daily Briefing, Uncategorized|

Bipartisan House Letter Slams Basel Proposal’s Capital Markets Impact

Following up on our analyses yesterday of Congressional pressure on the banking agencies, we here turn to a bipartisan letter from 15 Members of the House led by Capital Markets Subcommittee Ranking Member Sherman (D-CA) and Subcommittee Chair Wagner (R-MO) warning the agencies of the proposal’s adverse capital-markets impact.

Brown Leads Campaign for Strong End-Game Standards

The first unequivocal expressions of support for the capital rules from key Members we have found came today from Banking Committee Chairman Brown (D-OH) and eleven Senate Democrats.

Banking Agencies Seek NBFI Data from FBOs

The OCC, FRB, and FDIC today requested comment on a proposal to gather more granular information on call reports filed by FBOs related to loans and lease receivables.

GOP Leadership Reignites “Operation Chokepoint” Concerns

Reigniting GOP concerns about “Operation Chokepoint” political regulation, Senate Banking Ranking Member Scott (R-SC) today sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Yellen and FinCEN Director Gacki raising concerns that Treasury urged banks to surveil customers’ transaction-level data using what he calls politically-charged search terms such as “Trump” and “MAGA” as well as merchant category codes to detect activity such as legal firearm purchases.


4 01, 2024


2024-01-04T10:30:14-05:00January 4th, 2024|1- Financial Services Management|

NBFI Data Reporting

The banking agencies have proposed significant changes to call-reporting data illuminating how banking organizations are inter-connected with nonbank financial intermediaries and to implement pending requirements for long-term debt (LTD) issuance.1 New NBFI transparency is likely to result in additional supervisory scrutiny and market discipline.


2 01, 2024


2024-01-02T13:59:38-05:00January 2nd, 2024|4- GSE Activity Report|

Data That Matters

Shortly before the new year, the banking agencies proposed new call-report requirements that would force banks with over $10 billion in assets to report new data on nonbank mortgage intermediaries and structured GSE-guaranteed positions.  Don’t be fooled – just because these proposals are only about reporting doesn’t mean that they lack substantive impact.


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