Regulators approve Volcker Rule after years of deliberation

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. named after its author, former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, an outside economic adviser to President Barack Obama. Details of the complex rule are being fleshed out by regulators and.

After years of deliberation, the rule was met . . . After years of discussion and many tweaks, prudential regulators signed off on the final Volcker Rule. Regulators approve Volcker Rule after.

Quarles said in March that regulators were targeting "material changes" to the volcker rule. bloomberg News By putting the central bank in charge of the Volcker Rule, supporters of the bill hope to streamline how the rule is implemented, by having one agency they can tap to clear up questions about how to interpret it.

Big U.S. banks snagged another big victory Wednesday as federal regulators voted to ease one of the industry’s most despised regulations. The Federal Reserve approved sweeping changes to the "Volcker.

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Powell Says He Supports a Rewrite of Volcker Rule Both Wall Street and Washington, poring though the Volcker rule’s. to claim victory. For regulators, adoption of the final rule puts a capstone on a five-year effort to impose new order on the.

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Volcker Rule On December 10, 2013, the five relevant U.S. regulatory agencies approved the final version of the Volcker Rule The rule, based on section 619 of Dodd- Frank, and codified as Section 13 of the Bank Holding Company Act, will substantially limit the circumstances in which many banking entities may enter into derivatives

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The approval of. proposed by Paul A. Volcker, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, and nearly three and a half years after it was mandated as part of the Dodd-Frank Act, the regulators have.

Regulators hope the rule, named for Paul A. Volcker, the former Federal Reserve chairman, can cut risks taken by banks, but tiny holes in the 71-page rule may leave those banks some wiggle room. Updated, 9:02 p.m. | Five years after the financial crisis, President Obama summoned regulators to the.