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Comment Letters & Testimony - 2014

November 24
IIB Comment Letter to prudential regulators and the CFTC on proposed rules under Dodd-Frank on margin requirements for uncleared swaps entered into by swap dealers and major swap participants.

 

August 18
IIB Comment Letter to Federal Reserve on Proposed Revisions To Federal Reserve Board Form FR Y-7Q

August 11
IIB Comment Letter to Federal Reserve on Proposed Revisions to Capital Plan and Stress Testing Regulations

July 8
IIB Comment Letter on Fed’s Concentration Limit Proposal

June 10
Speech by IIB Chairman Roger Blissett at the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies conference in Frankfurt, Germany.

April 28
IIB letter to Speaker Boehner and Minority Leader Pelosi in support of CLO Volcker legislation

April 16
Joint trade association letter focusing on merchant banking  aspects of the Fed’s physical commodities proposal

April 16
Joint Trade Association comment letter on the Federal Reserve's physical commodities-related activities proposal

April 16
IIB  comment letter on the Federal Reserve's physical commodities-related activities proposal

March 28
Joint trade association comment letter on OCC’s “Heightened Expectations” guidelines

March 28
IIB comment letter on OCC’s “Heightened Expectations” guidelines

March 12
IIB Letter to House Financial Services Committee in support of CLO Volcker Legislation


March 10

The IIB has submitted its comment letter on CFTC Staff Advisory 13-69.

 
February 18
The IIB submitted a comment letter today, February 18th, on the FDIC's single point of entry strategy notice.
 

February 7
The IIB on February 7th submitted a comment letter to federal regulatory agencies on proposed diversity standards issued pursuant to Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Act, emphasizing the importance of tailoring these standards to the particular circumstances of foreign financial institutions' U.S. operations.
 
January 31
The IIB joined a group of other financial industry trade associations in a January 31st letter to the Federal Reserve, OCC and FDIC expressing concern that the agencies' proposed liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) rules diverge significantly from the international Basel liquidity standards.

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