FSOC Adopts Activities-Based Approach for Advisory Firms and Others

In a reversal of its previous position, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) recently adopted new guidelines that call for an activities-based approach when identifying and addressing potential risks to financial stability at advisory firms and other non-bank financial institutions. The new guidelines mark a significant change from the organization’s previous guidelines, which based oversight on the institutions themselves.
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