Federal Reserve will ‘consider’ tougher rules for midsize US banks after SVB collapse

The Wall Street Journal publishes the report (gated).

  • A series of stricter capital and liquidity requirements are being considered, along with measures to strengthen the annual “stress tests” that assess banks’ ability to withstand a hypothetical recession, according to a someone familiar with the latest thinking from US regulators.
  • The rules could target companies with assets between $100 billion and $250 billion, which currently escape some of the strictest requirements.

Putting this sign in the coffee break room would be a good start:


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