Regulators approve Volcker Rule after years of deliberation

It probably wasn’t exactly what Paul Volcker had in mind four years ago when he suggested that banks that enjoyed federal deposit insurance not stray far from traditional commercial banking activities, but here we are after 2,000 pages of Dodd-Frank, 17,000-plus comment letters on the first attempt at a proposed rule, and the collective input.

 · It probably wasn’t exactly what Paul Volcker had in mind four years ago when he suggested that banks that enjoyed federal deposit insurance not stray far from traditional commercial banking activities, but here we are after 2,000 pages of Dodd-Frank, 17,000-plus comment letters on the first attempt at a proposed rule, and the collective input of five Washington regulatory agencies.

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Unlike members of Congress, regulators aren’t used to receiving massive public pressure. Our campaigns in the past helped push bank overseers to finally implement the Volcker Rule after years of delay. Now we need that kind of outcry once again. Tell federal regulators: Protect the Volcker Rule.

Federal regulators in the US have voted to approve a rule that strikes at the heart of Wall Street risk-taking, a moment that punctuates three years of internal squabbling and bank lobbying.

On December 10, 2013, the five US federal financial regulators (the "Agencies") approved joint final regulations (the "Final Regulation") implementing Section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and consumer protection act (the "Dodd-Frank Act"), commonly referred to as the Volcker Rule.1 Section 619

The Volcker Rule, named after former. within the three-year time period mandated by statute. In a further bid to ease the seed-funding extension process, the Fed said that its 12 regional reserve.

The rule was named after Paul Volcker, a former chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. proprietary trading prohibited The Volcker rule prohibits banks from engaging in proprietary trading activities.

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Obama administration said on Tuesday it is still committed to the “Volcker rule. bill from a bill approved in December by the House of Representatives. The House bill.

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