Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

Washington
Fed Emergency Lending Changes Open For Comment
WASHINGTON (1/2/14)--The Federal Reserve Board has proposed amendments to rules addressing the emergency lending authority of Federal Reserve Banks, and is accepting comment on these proposed changes.

The Regulation A changes, as detailed in a notice of proposed rulemaking released late last month, are designed to ensure that any emergency lending program or facility is for the purpose of providing liquidity to the financial system, and not to aid an individual failing financial company.

The Fed is accepting comments until March 7.
Other Resources

Fed Notice
RSS





print
News Now LiveWire
RT @CUNA: #NussleReport: ICYMI: Revised RBC proposal in January w/a 90-day comment period #Fix RBC http://t.co/T4JcvWBDse
1 hours ago
.@TheNCUA release on Nov. prohibition orders out already. Here: http://t.co/YkA1QIYbYa
1 hours ago
#BlackFriday financial promotions at #creditunions via @GOBankingRates http://t.co/mvcbv5A3QN
1 hours ago
.@PayPal co-founder launches payment-plan lending for online purchases via @CNBC http://t.co/c1FnZHaQya
2 hours ago
Skimming remains biggest security threat for ATMs says @ATM_Industry global survey #NewsNow http://t.co/VIcX8yGqmY
2 hours ago