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Risk and Regulation

First looks series

First looks: A view into recent regulation and potential impacts on the industry

First look: Implications of the ability-to-repay rule and the qualified mortgage definition

First look: A Practical Guide to the Federal Reserve’s Newly Enhanced Prudential Standards for Foreign Banks

Future Tense: What Two Years of Dodd-Frank May Tell Banks About the Future

The Federal Reserve’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPR) on Enhanced Prudential Supervision

 

First look: Implications of the ability-to-repay rule and the qualified mortgage definition: This report provides an overview of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's ability-to-repay and qualified mortgage rule, as well as potential implications for the industry across the mortgage lifecycle, from origination to default management.

First look: A Practical Guide to the Federal Reserve’s Newly Enhanced Prudential Standards for Foreign Banks: This report provides insights into how the Federal Reserve’s NPR on enhanced prudential standards for foreign banking organizations impacts the financial services industry and how financial institutions may prepare for what lies ahead.

Future Tense: What Two Years of Dodd-Frank May Tell Banks About the Future: In this article, we’ll quickly take stock of where Dodd-Frank has taken the industry to date, and then we’ll look ahead to share some suggestions for banks looking for opportunities to turn this new regulatory environment to their advantage.

The Federal Reserve’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPR) on Enhanced Prudential Supervision:  This report provides insights into how the Federal Reserve’s NPR on enhanced prudential supervision impacts the financial services industry and how financial institutions may prepare for what lies ahead.

 

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