Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Markets  |  November 28, 2012 11:57:50

The Fed is considering toughening the requirements for the division of foreign banks


The American administration or Fed reportedly considering toughening capital requirements on U.S. division of foreign banks, as they present the foreign banks are trying in various ways to circumvent many cases.

Foreign banks in many cases, changing the legal status of its U.S. divisions in an attempt to conceal or evade their originally holding structure. New entrants are exempt from the obligation upon the fulfillment of the usual capital standards. The administration wants to change this, so that even in these subjects allow appropriate regulation and ensure compliance with standards regardless of the current state of their parent company. Foreign banks would then have to increase the capital of its U.S. divisions and would also limit the ability to carry on the cash flows out of the ground effect.

Most major international banks in the U.S. has its smaller commercial units, which focus primarily on trading in securities. These include Deutsche Bank, Barclays, UBS and Credit Suisse.

Deutsche Bank analysts had previously estimated that the change of the current settings on the classic holding structure would require an increase in the capital of an American division about 20 mld.USD.

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