In her International Banking column, Arnold & Porter counsel Kathleen A. Scott reviews proposed regulations that include limits on loans to one counterparty, required stress tests and the requirement for some non-U.S. banks to establish an intermediate holding company for its U.S. subsidiaries.
Proposed Enhanced Prudential Standards for Non-U.S. Banks
New York Law Journal
January 9, 2013
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