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Kanjorski Amendment Nov 2009

Kanjorski Amendment Nov 2009

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Published by Edward Harrison
The amendment, authored by House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises chair Paul Kanjorski (D-PA)
The amendment, authored by House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises chair Paul Kanjorski (D-PA)

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A
MENDMENT TO THE
C
OMMITTEE
P
RINT OF
 O
CTOBER
29, 2009O
FFERED BY
M
R
. K
ANJORSKI OF
P
ENNSYLVANIA
 
Page 18, after line 14, insert the following newparagraph (and redesignate subsequent paragraphs ac-cordingly):(3) details the size, scale, scope, concentration,
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activities, and interconnectedness of the 50 largest
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financial institutions, by total assets, in the United
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States;
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Page 22, line 18, after ‘‘scope,’’ insert ‘‘size, scale,concentration, and interconnectedness’’.Page 30, strike line 17 and all that follows throughpage 31, line 5.Page 59, after line 15, insert the following new sec-tion (and redesignate subsequent section and cross ref-erences and conform the table of contents accordingly):
SEC. 1105. MITIGATION OF SYSTEMIC RISK.
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(a) C
OUNCIL
 A 
UTHORITY TO
R
ESTRICT
O
PERATIONS
 
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 AND
 A 
CTIVITIES
.—If the Council determines, after notice
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and an opportunity for hearing, that despite the higher
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2prudential standards imposed pursuant to section
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1104(a)(2), the size of a financial company subject to
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stricter prudential standards or the scope, nature, scale,
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concentration, interconnectedness, or mix of activities di-
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rectly or indirectly conducted by a financial company sub-
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 ject to stricter prudential standards poses a grave threat
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to the financial stability or economy of the United States,
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the Council shall require the company to undertake 1 or
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more mitigatory actions described in subsection (d).
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(b) C
ONSULTATION
 W
ITH
F
EDERAL
F
INANCIAL
 
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R
EGULATORY
 A 
GENCIES
.—The Council, in determining
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 whether to impose any requirement under this section that
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is likely to have a significant impact on a functionally reg-
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 ulated subsidiary, or a subsidiary depository institution,
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of a financial company subjected to stricter prudential
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standards under this Act, shall consult with the Federal
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financial regulatory agency for any such subsidiary.
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(c) F
 ACTORS FOR
C
ONSIDERATION
.— In reaching a
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determination described in subsection (a), the Council
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shall take into consideration the following factors, as ap-
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propriate—
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(1) the amount and nature of the company’s fi-
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nancial assets;
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3(2) the amount and nature of the company’s li-
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abilities, including the degree of reliance on short-
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term funding;
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(3) the extent and nature of the company’s off-
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 balance sheet exposures;
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(4) the company’s reliance on leverage;
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(5) the extent and nature of the company’s
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transactions, relationships, and interconnectedness
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 with other financial and non-financial companies;
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(6) the company’s importance as a source of 
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credit for households, businesses, and State and
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local governments and as a source of liquidity for
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the financial system;
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(7) the scope, nature, size, scale, concentration,
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interconnectedness and mix of the company’s activi-
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ties;
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(8) the extent to which prudential regulations
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mitigate the risk posed; or
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(9) any other factors identified that the Council
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determines appropriate.
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(d) M
ITIGATORY
 A 
CTIONS
.—
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(1) I
N GENERAL
.—Mitigatory action may in-
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clude—
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(A) modifying the prudential standards im-
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posed pursuant to section 1104(a);
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