Fed Announces Capital Buffers for Big Banks
Based on the latest stress test results, Goldman Sachs is required to have the largest buffer against losses, followed by Morgan Stanley.
Fed Nixes Further Capital Relief for Banks
The Fed's decision means banks can no longer exclude Treasury bonds and deposits held at the central bank from their supplementary leverage ratio.
Fed Adopts ‘Stress Capital Buffer’ for Big Banks
The new buffer will use the results from the Fed's stress tests to help determine banks' capital requirements.
Fed OKs Rollbacks of Post-Crisis Banking Rules
The Board of Governors voted 4-1 in favor of the changes, with the dissenter saying they would weaken core safeguards.
Dodd-Frank Is Needed But Merits Revision
While preventing another financial crisis is paramount, there were a number of unintended consequences of the law.
Bank of England Pares Banks’ Capital Requirements
BoE wants banks to keep lending and discourage insurers from dumping corporate bonds.
Largest U.S. Banks Pass Latest Stress Tests
The banks' projected capital cushions in the event of a severe recession all exceeded the Fed's minimum requirements.