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Letters to Regulators: Americans for Financial Reform Education Fund letter opposing banking regulators weakening big banks’ resolution planning requirements
June 24, 2019 – 1:19 pm

Americans for Financial Reform Education Fund sent a letter to banking regulators opposing a proposal that would make the resolution planning process substantially less stringent than it currently is, and raising concerns over the safety and soundness of individual banks and the effect on U.S. financial stability.

Letters to Regulators: Bank regulators should not weaken prudential rules for U.S. operations of foreign banks.
June 24, 2019 – 1:06 pm

Regulatory agencies purport to “tailor” prudential rules, but they are severely undermining capital and liquidity requirements for foreign banks operating in the U.S.

Letters to Congress: Protect the U.S. Economy — Vote For Sen. Brown Amendment No. 2080 on Foreign Banks
March 8, 2018 – 10:51 am

AFR supports Sen. Brown’s amendment that would guarantee that enhanced prudential safeguards remain in place at the U.S. operations of foreign mega-banks.

Letter to Regulator: AFR asks Fed to protect consumers in check forgery disputes
August 1, 2017 – 4:38 pm

“We support the proposed rule but urge the Board to clarify that the presumption be limited to disputes between banks and recommend the Board require banks to maintain original checks for a specified period of time.”