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San Francisco Fed Examines Regulatory Changes Aimed at Making Banks More Resilient

Another key effort is the Fed's launch of the Comprehensive Liquidity Assessment and Review (CLAR) in 2012 as an annual assessment to give supervisors of financial firms a regular opportunity to respond to evolving liquidity risks. The Fed also enhanced the rules creating enhanced risk management standards for larger U.S. banks in addition to the rules in place for capital planning, liquidity risk management, and stress testing.

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House Committee Approves Bills to Provide Regulatory Relief for Banks

Hensarling noted the 11 bills passed by the Committee had bipartisan support and had previously been approved by either the Financial Services Committee or the House of Representatives during the 113th Congress. However, none of the bills came up for a vote in the Senate, which was then under Democratic control.

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House Votes to Delay Key Provision of Dodd-Frank Act

With the Republican majority now in place, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to pass a bill that eased some portions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, according to multiple media reports.

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