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Bankers Meet
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The conference provides a forum for researchers, modelers and regulatory agencies’ staff to discuss topics, methodologies, and challenges regarding operational risk related modeling in the field of Quantitative Supervision and Research within the Supervision, Regulation and Credit industry.

Regulatory News

May 14, 2018 | News

Regulatory Capital

A new proposed joint interagency rule, published today in the Federal Register, would revise regulatory capital rules in light of a new accounting standard for credit losses, the “Current Expected Credit Losses” (CECL) methodology. The proposal would allow banking organizations to phase in the regulatory capital effects resulting from adoption of the CECL methodology, which the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued in 2016 to replace the existing incurred-loss methodology for certain financial assets. The deadline for public comment is July 13, 2018.


March 15, 2018 | News

Regulation J

A new proposed rule, published today in the Federal Register, would simplify provisions of Regulation J, remove obsolete provisions, and improve consistency between it and the recently amended Regulation CC. The deadline for public comment is May 14, 2018.

Fraud Awareness

March 25, 2014

Counterfeit Cashier's Check

The counterfeit cashier's check scheme traditionally targets people who are selling items over the Internet or through classified ads. The cashier's check given to a seller and/or potential employee may be fraudulent and eventually returned to the bank.

News Flash

The Supervision News Flash helps you stay abreast of topics and trends affecting financial institutions in the Fifth Federal Reserve District. On a periodic basis we’ll share insights on what our examiners, analysts and economists are seeing both within the Richmond Fed’s portfolio as well as trends from across the entire System.

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The National Federal Reserve Financial Services website presents the products and services available for institutions in the Fifth District.