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New battle over banks shows Obama and Wall Street are on the same side

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New battle over banks shows Obama and Wall Street are on the same side
Stricter capital requirements on megabanks, defined as institutions with over $500 billion in assets.
Six U.S. banks JPMorgan Chase., Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and Wells Fargo meet the TBTF criteria.
Eliminates risk-weights as part of a capital assessment (less reliance on unreliable ratings).
Does not rely on ratings agency grades.
Removes off-balance-sheet assets and liabilities as different class they are treated as if they were on-balance sheet.
Requires derivatives positions to be included in a bank's consolidated assets.
Requires capital cushion that a bank hold be liquid
Mandates capital measures be more transparent
Eliminates Basel III as a regulatory requirement
Restores competition to industry by removing competitive disadvantages mega banks have over smaller and regional community bankers.
For those people who complain Dodd-Frank is too complex, let's see how they like "the new simplicity."

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