FSOC revisits its nonbank "systemically important financial institution" designation framework
The Financial Stability Oversight Council unanimously approved two proposals for public comment regarding FSOC’s authority to designate nonbank financial companies for Federal Reserve supervision and regulation, as summarized in our deck. These proposals would reverse key aspects of changes made during the Trump administration to the nonbank financial company designation framework and procedures.
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