Forum Statement on Fed Changes to Control Framework

30 Jan 2020

CONTACT: Julia Lawless
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Financial Services Forum President and CEO Kevin Fromer released the following statement today after the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) issued its final rule to determine control of a banking organization:

Today’s rule takes steps to clarify and simplify the regulatory framework for bank holding company control determinations which will, ultimately, help banks better serve customers.  As we comb through the details, we are examining whether it fully reflects our goal to keep U.S. financial markets on the frontline of global innovation within the industry and ensure American banking organizations remain competitive around the world.”

Last year, the Forum along with the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) submitted comments to the FRB regarding the proposed modifications to the rules governing the control of a banking organization.



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