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Russian central bank announces new liquidity rules
By BBR Staff Writer
The central bank of Russia has announced plan of injecting new capital and implementing liquidity rules in view of the Basel III regulatory framework.
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Smaller UK banks to be hit hard by 8% bank surcharge: Experts
Though UK’s banks got a reprieve with Chancellor George Osborne promising to gradually reduce the bank levy rate over the next six years from 0.21% to 0.1% in the latest budget, the sector has been saddled with a new 8% surcharge on profits from the start of next year.
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Commission approves amended restructuring plan of Austrian bank
The European Commission has found the amended restructuring plan of Österreichische Volksbanken (ÖVAG) and the Volksbanken-Verbund to be in line with EU state aid rules.
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EU finance ministers approve draft regulation to strengthen big banks
By BBR Staff Writer
Finance ministers of the European Union (EU) have approved a draft law to control trading risks for banks in case of a financial crisis similar to the one in 2008.
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Agencies finalize revisions to capital rules
The Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency today finalized revisions to the regulatory capital rules adopted in July 2013.
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Bank regulatory requirements are forcing institutions to rethink organizational structures, EY's survey
In the US, new and complex regulatory requirements are shaking up the financial regulatory landscape. EY's 2015 Federal Reserve regulatory reporting survey, Regulation now: the new standard and how firms are adapting, reports on the current regulatory reporting practices at 25 of the leading financial institutions.
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European Commission extends transitional period for capital requirements for banks' exposures to CCPs
The European Commission has adopted an implementing act that will extend the transitional period for capital requirements for EU banking groups’ exposures to central counterparties (CCPs) under the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR).
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EBA outlines upcoming initiatives for regulation of retail payments
The European Banking Authority (EBA) is getting ready to develop requirements that will harmonize regulatory and supervisory practices to ensure secure, easy and efficient payment services across the EU.
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EBA calls for non-reusable passwords to make online shopping safer in EU
By BBR Staff Writer
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has instructed banks to provide customers with options to create one-time passwords starting from August.
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US Senate banking bill proposes easing of restrictions for smaller banks
By BBR Staff Writer
The US Senate is considering easing mortgage rules for the financial industry besides increasing the congressional scrutiny of Federal Reserve in a regulation relief bill.
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Talbot Bank announces termination of consent order
The Talbot Bank of Easton, Maryland has announced that the Federal Deposit Insurance (FDIC) and the Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation have terminated the consent order the bank entered into on 24 May 2013.
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Updating payment service rules: MEPs do deal with the Council
EU rules on payment services would be updated to improve security, widen consumer choice and keep pace with innovation under an informal deal struck by Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs and the Latvian Presidency of the Council.
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UK raises £586m by reducing stake in Lloyds Banking Group
By BBR Staff Writer
The UK government has reduced its stake in Lloyds Banking Group by a further 1% by selling more shares in the group and raised about £586m.
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US and British authorities fine Deutsche Bank $2.5bn over interest rate rigging
By BBR Staff Writer
German lender Deutsche Bank was slapped with a $2.5bn fine by the US and British authorities for alleged benchmark interest rate rigging in a multi-bank conspiracy.
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Deutsche Bank’s wealth-management division slapped with $8.4m fine for breaches
By BBR Staff Writer
Deutsche Bank’s wealth-management division Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has been fined $8.4m by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) for serious contraventions.
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