Companies are re-evaluating their investment strategies in light of increased regulations, depleting supply and interest-rate compression.
Despite being well out of crisis mode, corporate treasuries are still facing constrained resources, and their budgets reflect it.
No need for corporates to panic, but they will have a related obligation.
In releasing its latest proposals on capital requirements, bankers might consider it the Tarullo Fed vs. the Bernanke Fed.
Ben Bernanke makes the monetary decisions but arguably the more impactful ones on regulations are being meted out by Daniel Tarullo. And bankers are seeing the fruits of his rule: much to the chagrin of US banks both big and small the Fed on Thursday released its notice of proposed rulemaking (NPR) on capital. And as the Wall Street Journal put it, it’s one size fits all.
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