The Volcker rule dates back to 2009 when economist and former Fed Chair Paul Volcker proposed a piece of regulation in response to the ongoing financial crisis (and after the nation’s largest banks accumulated large losses from their proprietary trading arms) that aimed to prohibit banks from speculating in the markets. It has changed throughout the years. During this webinar, we will go over the details and review the current regulations.
- Background and history
- Recent changes
- Impact for Financial Institutions
- Future Changes