FDIC proposes rules for units of big bank holding companies

05/17/2010 | Risk.net (subscription required)

Subsidiary companies would be required to submit contingency plans for separating from their parent companies to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. under rules being proposed by the bank regulator. The new rules would apply to units of holding companies with $100 billion or more in assets. The FDIC is soliciting public comment on the proposal.

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