Reducing Regulatory Burden Recommendations Sought for Reducing Regulatory Burden in Money Laundering, Safety and Soundness, and Securities Rules
FIL-8-2005 February 3, 2005
The federal banking and thrift regulatory agencies are asking for recommendations on how to reduce the regulatory burden in 28 rules. Those rules relate to Money Laundering, Safety and Soundness and/or Securities. Comments are due by May 4, 2005.
The federal banking and thrift regulatory agencies are asking for burden reducing recommendations on 28 regulations concerning Money Laundering, Safety and Soundness, or Securities.
Comments are due by May 4, 2005.
This request is part of the agencies' effort to identify and eliminate regulatory requirements that are outdated, unnecessary or unduly burdensome pursuant to the Economic Growth and Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act of 1996 (EGRPRA).
Comments may be submitted directly to the agencies on the EGRPRA Web site at www.EGRPRA.gov.
For more information about this request, please refer to the attached Federal Register notice. For more information about the EGRPRA project in general, including comments we have already received, visit the EGRPRA Web site at www.EGRPRA.gov.
FDIC-Supervised Banks (Commercial and Savings)