The new FDIC leverage rule for banks is reportedly going to be 5%, reports CNBC, well-above Basel's 3% requirement, but below the 6% floated over the past few weeks. Once the rule is proposed, it is then put out for comment and regulators might later adjust as necessary. The new requirement is expected to be a nonevent for the banks - many of which are already at that level and others which shouldn't have a problem tweaking things to get there.
The new FDIC leverage rule for banks is reportedly going to be 5%, reports CNBC, well-above...
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