A push to revisit how banks qualify as “systemically important” under the Dodd-Frank Act is gaining momentum, but questions remain on how to resolve the problem.
Regulators, lawmakers and bankers have all taken issue with the $50 billion threshold in recent months — above which banks are considered systemically important — arguing that it subjects several less risky institutions to burdensome and unnecessary regulations.
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