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US regulators slap National Bank of Pakistan with $55m fine
The National Bank of Pakistan has agreed to pay $55m in fines imposed on its New York branch by three US regulators.
US regulatory trio announce plans to establish crypto asset roadmap
Three key regulatory bodies in the US have revealed they are putting together a roadmap to provide greater clarity on a number of areas related to crypto assets.
Cyber risk greater threat than a financial crash, Federal Reserve chair...
The chairman of the US Federal Reserve Jerome Powell has claimed he is more worried about cyber risk than the possibility of another financial crash.
Three US regulators change the rules for how banks will be...
The Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) have issued new rules for assessing US banks in 2020.
The Federal Reserve is giving stakeholders more time to comment on...
A new framework for risk-based capital is in the works in the US. Now, FinTech companies have until January 22 to make their views heard.
Three federal regulatory agencies update trading rules for derivatives
An important rule around how large banks measure counter-party credit risk for derivatives contracts has changed.