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The American Bankers Association is licking its wounds after losing a major legislative battle last year in the form of the Dodd-Frank Act. So what can Frank Keating, the new president & CEO, do about it?
The requirements of Section 956 are applicable to financial institutions over $1 billion in assets, but some key provisions may serve as guidance for best practices for smaller banks.
Jones Day's Chip MacDonald helps prepare you for the upcoming regulatory change in capital requirements.
Like it or not, the regulators have a job to do and the bankers who take the long view on regulatory relations will come out ahead of the game.
A pending review of the Capital One/ING deal raises questions about bank acquisitions following Dodd-Frank.
Has there ever been a more complex—or despised—piece of financial legislation than the Dodd-Frank Act, which will be two years old July 21?
With a likely deadline of July 21, 2012 approaching, this checklist will assist U.S. bank holding companies with more than $50 billion in assets in submitting a living will.
A recap of the Bank Audit Committee Conference in Chicago this month.
Regulators at a recent Bank Director conference talked about how they viewed the audit committee, risk and regulation.
Panelist from our Bank Executive and Board Compensation event present their viewpoints on how the latest round of regulations was shaping compensation planning.
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