In late July, federal banking regulators jointly proposed extensive revisions to the regulatory capital requirements for midsize and larger US banking institutions. The revisions are lengthy and would change the requirements for credit, market, and operational risk.
Some of the revisions are long-expected (e.g., re-evaluation of use of internal models), but others are novel (e.g., capital charge for operational risk) or driven in response to the recent banking crisis. Some of these changes may have an outsized effect on institutions with significant credit card or asset management operations, both prevalent in Delaware. Therefore, it will be important for Delaware banks and trust companies to understand what the federal proposal means for their business and their peers.
Mayer Brown is pleased to offer a tailored briefing through the Delaware Bankers Association on the proposal’s impact. On September 12, 2023, please join Matthew Bisanz, Jeff Taft and Julie Gillespie, partners in Mayer Brown’s bank regulatory and structured finance practices, for a webinar on what the proposal means for your institution. They also will take questions and be available for follow-up discussions.
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