Capital Spigot for Small Banks Is Too Tight

American Banker | July 28, 2011

“Now, as the [Fed rule] is being put into practice, its critics and regulators alike express concerns about creating an outsized burden on smaller institutions. These concerns are important as even the strongest community bank, weighed down by unnecessary costs, is challenged to offset the scale economies of larger institutions, not only in compliance, but systems, infrastructure and other areas.”

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