U.S. Intermediate Holding Company: Structuring and Regulatory Considerations for Foreign Banks
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Establishing a top-tier U.S. intermediate holding company (IHC) that complies with Dodd-Frank enhanced prudential standards involves complex structuring, regulatory, capital, liquidity, tax and corporate governance considerations as well as significant business, legal and operational analysis. Using flowcharts, diagrams, comparison tables and timelines, the attached Davis Polk visual memorandum explores key structuring and regulatory considerations for foreign banks that are required to establish an IHC.