Financial services regulatory reform will continue to be active in 2021, with the Biden Administration focused on activity at the intersection of financial regulation and social policy.  As we observe the changing landscape, here is the Spring Forward Edition of our reference tool, which provides context and summarizes current and
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Digital dollars and central bank digital currencies (CBDC) are in the spotlight, and questions abound as to the potential design, availability and functionality of a CBDC in the United States. This deck tracks U.S. congressional legislative efforts that may lead to the creation of a U.S. digital dollar,
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Today, we released our deck “The Road Ahead for Financial Regulatory Reform in a Time of Democrats in Control.” This deck describes our view of the road ahead for financial regulatory reform under a Biden Presidency, and updates the deck we published shortly after the 2020 election to reflect the
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On November 9, 2020, we released our deck “Financial Services Regulatory Reform in the Biden Administration: Key Areas of Focus.” This deck describes our view of the road ahead for financial regulatory reform under a Biden Presidency and a Republican Senate.  We see most of the action coming from the
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President Trump signed a $484 billion stimulus bill into law today as part of the U.S. government’s ongoing efforts to contain the economic damage from the COVID-19.  The bill passed the House of Representatives and the Senate earlier this week with broad bipartisan support.

The measure is designed to supplement
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We have published a memorandum on what companies and lenders need to know about oversight under the CARES Act and related enforcement risks. By reference to the global financial crisis, the memorandum provides a roadmap for companies and lenders thinking about and seeking to minimize the risks of participating in
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The business and financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic is hitting companies in all areas of the U.S. economy, and weighing on those from industry giants to small local businesses. For many businesses, survival will depend on accessing one or more of the numerous support programs announced by the Federal
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Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) this afternoon, and we cover it here in two memos. In one memo, we cover the economic stabilization, small business and bank regulatory sections of the legislation. In the other memo, we cover tax
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The Senate Republicans recently released a proposal for Phase 3 of the government’s stimulus response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency.  Our rush summary describes certain key portions of that proposal that we think will be of interest to our clients and friends. We cover the return of the money market
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Financial services regulatory reform will continue to be active in 2020, with developments percolating in all three branches of government.  As we observe the changing landscape, here is the 2020 Vision Edition of our reference tool, which provides context and summarizes current developments across a range of key regulatory areas,
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