SLR Delayed As “Regulatory Brain Power” Is Diverted To Debt Crisis
The final rule for the supplementary leverage ratio (SLR) has probably been pushed back to the beginning of next year because regulatory bodies are devoting most of their remaining resources to dealing with the potential fallout from the debt ceiling crisis, according to a report from Citi analyst Josh Levin. Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C) hosted a series of meetings in Washington DC last . . .
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