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FSOC Designation Treasury Report: A Fundamental Shift

Posted by George W. Madison, Michael E. Borden, and David A. Miller, Sidley Austin LLP, on Sunday, February 4, 2018 Editor's Note: George W. Madison and Michael E. Borden are partners and David A. Miller is an associate at Sidley … Continue reading

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Chairman Bachus Asks Treasury for Report on FSOC Efforts to Streamline Dodd-Frank Regulatory Regime

In a letter to Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, House Financial Services Committee Chair Spencer Bachus (R-Ala) asked for a status report on what is being done to lessen the negative impact Dodd-Frank's 400 new regulations will have on private sector … Continue reading

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FSOC to Propose Additional Guidance on Designating Hedge Funds and Other Non-Bank Financial Institutions for Heightened Regulation

In a letter to House Financial Services Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee Chairman Randy Neugebauer (R-TX), the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) said that it intends to seek public comment on additional guidance on the regulation and supervision of hedge funds … Continue reading

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FSOC Proposed Dodd-Frank FOIA Implementation Regulations Would Undermine FOIA Says Market Group

The Financial Stability Oversight Council's proposed regulations implementing Dodd-Frank provisions making FOIA applicable to the Council would give the Council virtually unfettered and unreviewable discretion to reject FOIA requests on technical grounds, claimed a non-profit market public interest group. In … Continue reading

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