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Forward Look: Top Regulatory Trends for 2014 in Banking


Banking Outlook

Banks today face a growing list of regulatory rules and requirements that could have a major impact on the industry. Regulators are ramping up their compliance, oversight, and enforcement activities, forcing banks to adapt to heightened market and regulatory expectations. In response, banks continue to invest significant time, resources, and effort to comply with the full range of regulatory requirements, even as they seek clarity on specific regulatory issues. Regulatory trends discussed in this whitepaper include:

  • No letup in "Getting to Strong" position
  • Banks continue to feel the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) influence
  • New requirements transform the mortgage market
  • "Too big to fail" likely to remain a top concern
  • Enhanced prudential standards for U.S. and foreign banks are likely to be finalized
  • Regulatory feedback on resolution plans for top-tier submitting institutions will likely be more direct and require actions by those institutions
  • A spotlight on data quality to support compliance and better monitor risk
  • Renewed focus on leveraged lending
  • Vendor risk management is rising as a major priority
  • Increased cyber threats

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