The new credit loss standards may seem like one more hurdle to clear. But played correctly, they’ll help smaller banks gain new efficiencies.
Although regulatory authorities are tempted to over-reach when designing faster payments systems, they would be better off encouraging competition and market forces.
Pending changes to the allowance for loan losses will require banks to repair any deficiencies in data collection in order to model multiple scenarios under the new rules.
As Know Your Customer and other regulatory requirements increasingly slow down the customer onboarding process, banks need to consider scalable and unified technology solutions.
To avoid regulatory fines and reputational damage, banks should set up programs to encourage whistleblowers to first report their concerns internally.
The Fed’s regulations for capital analysis and review may have the unintended consequence of making large banks more competitive, at the expense of smaller ones.