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Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
Volcker Rule
Staff of the Federal Reserve Board met with representatives of RBC to discuss the restrictions on proprietary trading and hedge fund and private equity fund activities under section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (also known as the “Volcker Rule”).
2012-08-27
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC") (PDF)
Meeting
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
Volcker Rule
Staff of the Federal Reserve Board and the Securities and Exchange Commission met with representatives of Silicon Valley Bank ("SVB") to discuss the restrictions on proprietary trading and hedge fund and private equity fund activities under section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (also known as the "Volcker Rule"). Representatives of SVB discussed their concerns with the impact of the proposed rule implementing section 619 on venture capital funds. The representatives provided and discussed background information regarding bank investments in venture capital funds and a presentation regarding section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Act and investments in venture capital funds (both attached).
2012-08-21
Federal Reserve Board Staff, SEC Staff, and Representatives of Silicon Valley Bank (PDF)
Meeting
Federal Reserve Board Staff, SEC Staff, and Representatives of Silicon Valley Bank
Consumer Financial Protection
Members of the Missouri Bankers Association met with Governor Raskin to discuss regulatory requirements under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ("Dodd-Frank"). Association members expressed heightened concern about the regulatory burden associated with current and pending Dodd-Frank rulemakings, and they noted that compliance costs were particularly onerous for small community banks. Members also raised concerns about the potential liability for lenders under the Board's proposed amendments to Regulation Z (Docket No. R-1417). They requested that the final rule include exemptions for certain types of loans or institutions, as well as safe harbors. Association members said credit availability for consumers would likely be reduced as a result of this proposal and other regulatory actions.
2011-09-22
Missouri Bankers Association Meeting (PDF)
Meeting
Missouri Bankers Association
Consumer Financial Protection
Members of the Maryland Bankers Association met with Governor Raskin to discuss implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ("Dodd-Frank"). They cited the cumulative regulatory burden of current and anticipated regulations, including the many required rulemakings under Dodd-Frank. Association members expressed concern about proposed amendments to Regulation Z (Truth in Lending) regarding consumers' ability to repay and minimum mortgage underwriting standards (Docket No. R-1417). They warned that compliance costs, restrictions, and potential penalties could have the unintended consequence of discouraging banks from making residential mortgage loans. Association members also said clarification was needed on risk weighting and qualified and nonqualified mortgages.
2011-09-15
Maryland Bankers Association (PDF)
Meeting
Maryland Bankers Association
Consumer Financial Protection
Members of the Arkansas Bankers Association met with Federal Reserve staff to discuss implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ("Dodd-Frank"). They cited the cumulative regulatory burden and compliance costs arising from existing regulations and the additional required rulemakings under Dodd-Frank. Association members expressed concern about the proposed amendments to Regulation Z (Truth in Lending) regarding consumers' ability to repay a mortgage and minimum mortgage underwriting standards (Docket No. R-1417). They warned of unintended consequences. For example, consumers might be overwhelmed by too many disclosures, and credit might become less available if regulatory hurdles discouraged community banks from making certain types of loans.
2011-09-14
Arkansas Bankers Association (PDF)
Meeting
Arkansas Bankers Association
Consumer Financial Protection
Staff from the Federal Reserve Board had a conference call with representatives of Visa and the law firm of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky, and Walker to discuss the remittance transfer provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The representatives provided an overview of the Visa Money Transfer product and also discussed particular aspects of the remittance transfer provisions, including disclosure of information at the time a sender places a Visa Money Transfer order, error resolution, cancellation, and refunds.
2011-07-14
Visa Meeting (PDF)
Meeting
Visa
Consumer Financial Protection
Staff from the Federal Reserve Board met with representatives of Inter-American Dialogue to discuss the remittance transfer provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Specific topics of discussion included disclosure of taxes in the recipient country and the date of availability, foreign language disclosures, error resolution, cancellation, and refunds.
2011-07-14
Inter-American Dialogue Meeting (PDF)
Meeting
Inter-American Dialogue
Consumer Financial Protection
The Consumer Advisory Council ("CAC"), established in 1976, advises the Federal Reserve Board on the exercise of its responsibilities under the Consumer Credit Protection Act and on other matters in the area of consumer financial services. The CAC membership represents interests of consumers, communities, and the finance services industry. Members are appointed by the Board of Governors and serve staggered three-year terms. The CAC meets three times a year in Washington, D.C., and the meetings are open to the public. Board staff discussed two rulemakings under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ("Dodd-Frank Act") with CAC members during the March 2011
2011-03-08
Consumer Advisory Council Meeting (PDF)
Meeting
Consumer Advisory Council
Consumer Financial Protection
Staff from the Federal Reserve Board met with representatives of the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America to discuss the ability to repay and qualified mortgage provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America representatives also described their purchase and HomeSave programs, and provided Federal Reserve Board staff information on those programs.
2011-03-03
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America Meeting (PDF)
Meeting
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America
Consumer Financial Protection
Following a meeting on November 3, 2010, and subsequent call on, February 3, 2011, between staff from the Federal Reserve Board and representatives of Western Union, Western Union submitted written correspondence to Board staff regarding the remittance transfer provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The submitted materials outline Western Union's suggestions regarding regulatory implementation of the error resolution requirements set forth in the provisions.
2011-02-24
Western Union Communication (PDF)
Communication
Western Union Communication

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Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-27
RBC
Roger Blisset
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-27
RBC
LaBrena Jones Martin
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-27
RBC
Shawn Maher
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-27
RBC
Michael Siegel
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-27
Federal Reserve Board
Scott Alvarez
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-27
Federal Reserve Board
Anna Harrington
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-27
Federal Reserve Board
Christopher Paridon
Federal Reserve Board Staff and Representatives of Royal Bank of Canada ("RBC")
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-21
Silicon Valley Bank
Jason Doren
Federal Reserve Board Staff, SEC Staff, and Representatives of Silicon Valley Bank
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-21
Silicon Valley Bank
Michael Lempres
Federal Reserve Board Staff, SEC Staff, and Representatives of Silicon Valley Bank
Systemic Designations, Enhanced Prudential Standards, and Banking Supervision and Regulation
2012-08-21
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
Satish Kini
Federal Reserve Board Staff, SEC Staff, and Representatives of Silicon Valley Bank

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