The Federal Reserve has proposed changing the leverage ratio requirements for the largest US financial firms.
The proposals, published by the Fed and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on April 11, say the requirements should fit the ”business activities and risk profiles” of each very large US firm. The rules would apply to all US companies identified as a global systemically important banking organisations (G-Sibs), and their insured depository institution subsidiaries.
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