State regulators push bill to coordinate exams of third-party service providers


The Conference of State Bank Supervisors says state and federal regulatory coordination on third-party technology service provider exams eliminates duplication


FSOC proposes Zions shed its systemically important status


The Financial Stability Oversight Council has proposed to dedesignate Zions Bancorp. as a systemically important financial institution under the Dodd-Frank Act.


More big-bank earnings, hot seat for CFPB's Kraninger: Events to watch


The industry is slated for another busy week, with more bank results on the horizon, plus a nomination hearing for Trump’s pick to head the CFPB.


Hill aide named to run Dodd-Frank research agency


The White House announcement of Dino Falaschetti as the choice to run the Office of Financial Research comes amid signs that the administration has attempted to reduce the agency's independence.


Goodbye, nonbank SIFIs. We hardly knew you


The conversation about financial policy in Washington has moved past designations of giant firms.


Mnuchin's ill-advised plan on nonbank SIFIs


The Treasury secretary has suggested raising an asset cutoff used by the Financial Stability Oversight Council to assess systemically significant nonbanks, removing some hedge funds and other risky firms from the council's purview.


FSOC to consider whether Zions is still systemically important


The Financial Stability Oversight Council will hold an executive session next week to consider whether Zions Bancorp. should still be considered a systemically important financial institution.


FSOC will grant banks hearing process for shedding 'systemic' label


The interagency will establish a venue for bank holding companies that restructure to argue in favor of their being de-designated as "systemically important," similar to the process afforded for other firms.


Prudential hasn't earned the right to shed SIFI label


The insurance company has made no effort to shrink or simplify since being designated as systemically important, and regulators should not remove heightened federal oversight until it does.


Senate panel approves Trump’s pick for FDIC chair, two other nominees


The full Senate will now consider the nomination of Jelena McWilliams to lead the FDIC, as well as nominees to sit on the Federal Reserve Board and the Financial Stability Oversight Council.