Regulators have released final rules designed to prevent a repeat of the financial crisis.
The Fed approved a rule that requires banks to maintain stronger capital positions.
A new bill designed to end the danger of banks being “too big to fail” would force megabanks to carry more capital or shrink themselves down to size.
Economists may have a way to make banking regulations stronger and dampen their negative impact on the economy.
International regulators scale back tough Basel III standards designed to prevent the next financial crisis.
Is the proposal to increase business lending powers for credit unions a risk to the financial system?
Federal banking regulators tell U.S. Senate Banking Committee Basel III capital standards still a work in progress.
U.S. banking industry associations step up their protests against Basel III capital requirements.
Community banks are stepping up their effort to be exempted from new higher capital requirements.