Week InAdvance: March 7, 2016

Leading U.S. regulators head to the White House today to update the President on their efforts to implement Wall Street reforms, the same day they address the international financial services community on policy and business issues such as the Fed's proposed TLAC (Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity) rules. Monday's speakers at the two-day annual Washington conference of the Institute of International Bankers include Treasury Undersecretary Nathan Sheets, CFTC Chairman Timothy Massad, Fed Governor Lael Brainard, Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry, and FDIC Chairman Martin Gruenberg. The New York-based Institute monitors legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments at the federal and state levels in order to ensure that federal and state banking laws and regulations provide international banks operating in the U.S. with the same opportunities as domestic banks.

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