CBA Statement on Fed Regulatory Proposals

Nick Simpson


CBA Statement on Fed Regulatory Proposals


WASHINGTON – Consumer Bankers Association President and CEO Richard Hunt issued the following statement after the Federal Reserve Board proposed creating a tiered regulatory structure for bank holding companies, consistent with S. 2155:


“The Fed took a positive step toward making regulations more aligned with the risks posed by activities instead of basing everything on an arbitrary number pulled from a hat.  


“All banks, regardless of asset size, have an important role in providing capital and fostering economic growth across the country. The sensible tailoring of regulations based on risk should remain a priority so banks can continue fulfilling that mission.”




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