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From Banking and Finance Law Daily, May 31, 2016

Fed to discuss standards for insurance companies at June 3 meeting

By Lisa M. Goolik, J.D.

The Federal Reserve Board will host an open meeting on June 3, 2016, in Washington, D.C., to consider an advance notice of proposed rulemaking regarding capital requirements for supervised institutions significantly engaged in insurance activities and a notice of proposed rulemaking to apply enhanced prudential standards for systemically important insurance companies.

To attend the meeting in person, attendees must register by close of business June 2, 2016, by calling (202) 452-2474 or registering online. Attendees may also attend a webcast of the meeting from a link available on the Fed’s website. Webcast attendees do not need to register in advance. A link to the meeting documentation will also be available approximately 20 minutes before the start of the meeting.

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