Risk-based capital

Fannie and Freddie will likely exit conservatorship by 2024, Calabria says


And the government-sponsored enterprises could hold initial public offerings in 2021 or 2022 to ensure they hold adequate capital, FHFA Director Mark Calabria said.


Fannie, Freddie will retain $45B in capital in first step toward privatization


The move to alter the government's preferred stock purchase agreements is the first major one under FHFA Director Mark Calabria's tenure to wind down the conservatorship of the government-sponsored enterprises.


OptimumBank, Interamerican finally free of post-crisis regulatory orders


The Florida banks had spent years addressing credit quality and capital issues.


Deutsche Bank’s CFO: ‘We are taking our responsibilities seriously'


The German bank responds to an op-ed that criticized its restructuring.


Fed official hints at changes to large-bank capital buffer


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.


Banks push for greater relief on foreign bank regs, living wills


The industry is urging federal regulators to go further in streamlining oversight of foreign banks and resolution-planning requirements. Critics warn that the proposals could weaken post-crisis safeguards.


Banks clear CCAR stress test — though JPMorgan Chase, Capital One barely


In a year where most of the 18 institutions taking the second round of the Federal Reserve's stress tests showed improvements over last year, JPMorgan Chase and Capital One were both forced to adjust their capital plans in order to meet the central bank's minimum thresholds.


Credit unions get reprieve (again) on capital rule. Bankers jeer


The NCUA proposed Thursday to put off until 2022 implementation of a rule that would require larger credit unions to hold more risk-based capital.


Better capital standards, not more


Policymakers should continue to simplify requirements, so that banks and regulators alike can focus on the most important measures of stability.


Fed curbs stress test requirement for most large banks


The central bank is limiting the use of its qualitative objection in this year’s stress tests, the agency announced Wednesday.