Federal Reserve Summarizes Meetings to Discuss Regulatory Reform
The Federal Reserve Board has held a series of meetings between the Board and the public—representatives of bank organizations, consumer groups, trade associations, and researchers and academics—that allow the Board to gather information and help educate the public on matters subject to agency rule making. The meetings are intended to contribute to an informed rule-making process.
The meeting subjects comprise systemic designations, enhanced prudential standards, and banking supervision and regulation; derivatives markets and products; interchange fees; payments, settlement, and clearing activities and utilities; consumer financial protection; and resolution framework.
July 21, 2011