Randal Quarles

Regulators’ push for innovation shouldn’t come at expense of prudence

10/25/19

It's time to establish a fintech commission.

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Regional banks sound alarm over new interest rate benchmark

10/16/19

Executives sent a letter to the federal banking regulators last month expressing concern that an alternative to the London interbank offered rate could limit credit availability.

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Fed finishes overhaul of post-crisis supervisory regime

10/10/19

The central bank finalized a host of regulatory-relief changes mostly benefiting midsize and regional banks that hew closely to proposals issued in April and last fall.

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Refining supervision is as vital as tweaking post-crisis rules: Quarles

09/27/19

The Fed’s top regulatory official said how agencies adjust their supervisory approach may prove just as important as their rulemaking efforts.

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Fed proposes capital requirements for insurance units

09/06/19

The Fed is seeking feedback on a "Building Block Approach" to risk-based capital standards for firms heavily engaged in insurance activities.

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Fed has two options for improving 2018 capital proposal: Quarles

09/05/19

The top regulatory official at the central bank said it could deploy either one of two tools to revise the proposed stress capital buffer. The plan aims to streamline the stress test program.

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Is Fed vote on real-time payments a sign of a wider split?

08/07/19

Vice Chairman Randal Quarles’ public dissent raises questions about how the board will proceed on other policy debates.

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Fed official hints at changes to large-bank capital buffer

07/11/19

The central bank may need to rethink how it uses a tool meant to combat elevated risk in boom times, said Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles.

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Simplified stress test metric will be ready by 2020: Fed’s Quarles

07/09/19

The Federal Reserve last year proposed consolidating many of the measures of a bank’s capital strength into a single “stress capital buffer.”

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Banks sail through year's first round of stress tests

06/21/19

A new set of tougher scenarios did little to keep large banks from passing the most recent stress tests mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act.

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