united states – Tedxyouth Caltech http://tedxyouthcaltech.com/ Sat, 26 Mar 2022 06:48:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-5-120x120.png united states – Tedxyouth Caltech http://tedxyouthcaltech.com/ 32 32 Marseille vs Monaco: Live stream, how to watch on TV and Ligue 1 score updates | 05/03/2022 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/marseille-vs-monaco-live-stream-how-to-watch-on-tv-and-ligue-1-score-updates-05-03-2022/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 17:15:36 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/marseille-vs-monaco-live-stream-how-to-watch-on-tv-and-ligue-1-score-updates-05-03-2022/ 12:14 PM4 hours ago Tune in here Marseille vs Monaco Live Score in Ligue 1 Don’t miss any match details with live updates and commentary from VAVEL. Follow with us all the details, comments, analyzes and line-ups of this Marseille vs Monaco match in Ligue 1. 12:09 PM4 hours ago What time is the Marseille-Monaco […]]]>
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Tune in here Marseille vs Monaco Live Score in Ligue 1

Don’t miss any match details with live updates and commentary from VAVEL. Follow with us all the details, comments, analyzes and line-ups of this Marseille vs Monaco match in Ligue 1.

12:09 PM4 hours ago

What time is the Marseille-Monaco match in Ligue 1?

12:04 PM4 hours ago

Where and how to watch Marseille vs Monaco live

The match will be broadcast on ESPN channels.
Marseille vs Monaco can be tuned in from the Star+ live stream.
If you want to watch the game live online, VAVEL Mexico is your best option.

11:59 4 hours ago

context

The two teams have met a total of 16 times in all competitions, leaving Monaco with 8 wins and 3 draws. Leaves Marseille with 5 wins.

11:54 4 hours ago

last 5 meetings

In the last 5 meetings between the two teams, with 2 wins for each team and a draw.
Monaco 0-2 Marseille, 11.21 Sep, 21-22
Monaco 3-1 Marseille, 23.21 January, 20-21
Marseille 2-1 Monaco, 13.Dec.20, 20-21
Monaco 3-4 Marseille, 15.Sept.19, 19-20
Marseille 1-1 Monaco, 13.Jan.19, 18-19

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How are they?

Monaco are coming off a 2-1 Ligue 1 loss to Nantes and in the Coupe de France semi-final they lost on penalties after a 2-2 draw, losing 4-2 in a shootout.
For their part, Marseille drew 1-1 in Ligue 1 against Troyes to stay second in the league, while in the Conference League they beat Qarabag 3-0.

11:44 4 hours ago

Transfer of a young pearl

11:39 4 hours ago

The Russian billionaire who resists

After the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, where several teams outside the Russian country are in the spotlight, where the tycoon Dmitry Rybolovlev is the main Russian billionaire who still stands in the midst of the persecution of faces linked to Vladimir Putin. He has been accused in the United States of being close to President Putin, but France has denied it. Rybolovlev left his country in 2010 after selling his stake in the Uralkali company to people close to Putin.

11:34 5 hours ago

Guendouzi stays

Mattéo Guendouzi, 22, has arrived on loan from Arsenal, having his second loan spell outside London after spending last season at Hertha Berlin, now he will remain permanently at Marseille, fulfilling the variables that made the loan permanent.
The French midfielder will sign with the Vélodrome club until 2026.

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Watch out for this Monegasque player

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Watch out for this Marseille player

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player of the month

William Saliba’s performances this season at Marseille have earned him the club’s Player of the Month award. It’s a trend shared by Arsenal, the parent club, which has handed out awards to its players.
Saliba has received the award three times this campaign in France and looks increasingly likely to return to Arteta’s side.

11:14 5 hours ago

Calvary by Alvaro Gonzalez

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Pawnbrokers Market by Key Players – , FirstCash, Daikokuya, H and T Pawnbrokers, EZCorp Inc, Maxi-Cash, Lone Star (DFC Global), Speedy Cash, Cash Canada, Manappuram Finance, Gr????ne , Boroto, Aceben, Muthoot Finance, Huaxia Pawnshop, Sunny Loan Top, China Art Financial https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/pawnbrokers-market-by-key-players-firstcash-daikokuya-h-and-t-pawnbrokers-ezcorp-inc-maxi-cash-lone-star-dfc-global-speedy-cash-cash-canada-manappuram-finance-grne-boroto/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 06:01:32 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/pawnbrokers-market-by-key-players-firstcash-daikokuya-h-and-t-pawnbrokers-ezcorp-inc-maxi-cash-lone-star-dfc-global-speedy-cash-cash-canada-manappuram-finance-grne-boroto/ Global Pawnbroking market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well-explained SWOT analysis, […]]]>

Global Pawnbroking market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well-explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact information are shared in this report analysis. It also provides market information in terms of development and its capabilities.

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PremierCash

Daikokuya

H and T Pawnbrokers

EZCorp Inc

Maxi Cash

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Fast payment

Cash Canada

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Grenada

boroto

Aceben

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Sunny ready top

Chinese art financier

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Immovable

Automotive

Jewelry

Electronic

Collectibles

Others

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Sale of goods

Other

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Lending activity increased to drive the issuance of leveraged finance in the Asia-Pacific region https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/lending-activity-increased-to-drive-the-issuance-of-leveraged-finance-in-the-asia-pacific-region/ Fri, 18 Feb 2022 09:15:39 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/lending-activity-increased-to-drive-the-issuance-of-leveraged-finance-in-the-asia-pacific-region/ Debt markets in the Asia-Pacific (ex-Japan) (APAC) region saw strong gains in 2021, with the combined issuance of high-yield bonds and leveraged and unleveraged loans rising from US$422.3 billion in 2020 to US$498 billion in 2021. Overall issuance rose despite pandemic-induced disruption and dislocation in China’s property market, a key sector for the region’s debt […]]]>

Debt markets in the Asia-Pacific (ex-Japan) (APAC) region saw strong gains in 2021, with the combined issuance of high-yield bonds and leveraged and unleveraged loans rising from US$422.3 billion in 2020 to US$498 billion in 2021.

Overall issuance rose despite pandemic-induced disruption and dislocation in China’s property market, a key sector for the region’s debt markets. The buoyant lending market and pick-up in private equity (PE) activity offset these headwinds to drive the year-on-year upside.

Loans stimulate the market

The issuance of leveraged and unleveraged loans in the Asia-Pacific region increased by 24% in 2021, year-on-year, from $332.5 billion to $412 billion. Activity levels in the last quarter of 2021 proved particularly robust, with issuance reaching $119.4 billion in the fourth quarter of 2021, up 44% from the fourth quarter of 2020 figures.

New money and refinance loans both saw strong gains in the region, with both growing around 25% (new money) and 23% (refinance) year-over-year to 161 billion and $249.7 billion for 2021, respectively.

Issuance for equity-backed buyouts was particularly strong in 2021, nearly doubling year-over-year to $18.4 billion and offsetting a 19% drop in issuance for mergers and acquisitions. unsponsored acquisitions.

Private equity and institutional M&A deals were the main drivers of the market. Notable transactions include KKR’s A$1.51 billion equivalent Term Loan B (TLB) to finance its acquisition of a 55% stake in wealth management firm Colonial First State Investment from Commonwealth Bank of Australia, while in Japan, CVC Capital Partners secured a package of senior contracts and mezzanine facilities to fund its US$976 million acquisition of Try Group, Japan’s largest online tutoring provider.

The flow of infrastructure deals also boosted the issuance, with Deutsche Bank acting as lead arranger for a US$350 million debt financing for the infrastructure-focused tower company’s Indonesian subsidiary. EdgePoint Asia, backed by infrastructure investor Digital Colony. Additionally, infrastructure investor DigitalBridge secured lender backing for its US$750 million spin-off of PCCW’s data center assets in Hong Kong and Malaysia.

Private equity activity could continue to drive issuance in 2020, particularly in Japan, where the value of leveraged buyout deals jumped 3.9x quarter-on-quarter in 2021, reaching $7.6 billion. out of 23 transactions, according to Merger market.

The Chinese loan market, as always, has been very active in the region, according to By debts, with issues reaching US$100 billion despite the difficult real estate sector.

Deals like the US$1 billion bridge loan to support Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group’s planned purchase of Ausnutria Dairy, a Hong Kong-listed goat formula producer; and the HK$15.9 billion bridge loan for the proposed purchase of China Logistics Property by JD Property Group, occupied the Chinese loan market. Tech giant Alibaba, meanwhile, agreed to an extension and increase to its 2017 facilities, worth a total of US$6.5 billion in a senior secured revolving credit facility.

Lending activity in the region has also been boosted by lenders’ appetite for green and sustainability-related facilities. In Singapore, property issuer Asia Square Tower 1 secured a five-year SG$2.1 billion green loan and Hong Kong property group Sun Hung Kai raised an 8.65 billion sustainability-linked loan. HK dollars over four years.

Real estate weighs on high yield

Unlike the lending sector, high-yield activity in APAC was directly impacted by headwinds in China’s real estate sector.

The country’s high yield market has accounted for the lion’s share of high yield issuance in the region historically, with real estate being the main contributor. In 2020, Chinese real estate alone accounted for just under two-thirds of the US$89.9 billion in high-yield issuance in APAC.

Challenges in China’s property market led to a notable decline in high-yield borrowing by Chinese property issuers in 2021. Activity in the property sector was particularly weak in the second half of the year, with third and fourth quarter issuance not reaching than the United States. US$7.3 billion and US$2.3 billion respectively, according to By debts, compared to issues of US$17.6 billion in Q1 and US$11.3 billion in Q2. Many high-yield bond managers in the region closed their 2021 books early, choosing instead to wait for the real estate space to stabilize.

However, this decline was mitigated by strong activity in other sectors. For example, higher yielding issuance in the energy sector and gains in industrials and financials provided a soft landing.

Notable deals outside of real estate that have successfully gained access to high yield investors in the region include Medco Laurel Tree, an Indonesian oil and gas company, which secured a US$394 million high yield bond .

Global high yield issuance in the APAC region increased from US$89.9 billion in 2020 to US$86.1 billion in 2021.

The loan market to lead the business

As we approach 2022, APAC lending markets should continue to drive leveraged finance activity until the real estate industry stabilizes.

The Asia-Pacific TLB market has grown rapidly over the past year, climbing 152% year-on-year to US$10.2 billion. Softbank-backed hotel group OYO raised the first-ever TLB by a South Asian company in 2021 with a five-year TLB of $660 million. Additionally, at the end of 2021, Byju, an Indian provider of online educational services and materials, entered into a five-year US$1.2 billion cov-lite TLB which will be used to fund growth in America. North and other potential strategic opportunities. .

The growing appetite for green and sustainability-related lending, which quintupled issuance in 2021, will provide further impetus to the lending segment.

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Federal Home Loan: Freddie Mac Appoints Heidi Mason General Counsel – Form 8-K https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/federal-home-loan-freddie-mac-appoints-heidi-mason-general-counsel-form-8-k/ Mon, 14 Feb 2022 16:43:24 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/federal-home-loan-freddie-mac-appoints-heidi-mason-general-counsel-form-8-k/ Freddie Mac appoints Heidi Mason general counsel MCLEAN, Va. (February 14, 2022) Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) today named Heidi Mason as Executive Vice President and General Counsel, bringing Freddie Mac 25 years of experience in mortgages, financial services, consumer protection and securities law. Mason will assume general counsel responsibilities from executive vice president and chief […]]]>

Freddie Mac appoints Heidi Mason general counsel

MCLEAN, Va. (February 14, 2022) Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) today named Heidi Mason as Executive Vice President and General Counsel, bringing Freddie Mac 25 years of experience in mortgages, financial services, consumer protection and securities law. Mason will assume general counsel responsibilities from executive vice president and chief administrative officer Jerry Weiss, who has served as acting general counsel since March 2021. Mason will join the company on March 7. Weiss will continue to serve as Chief Administrative Officer of Freddie Mac.

“I am very pleased to announce that Heidi Mason will join Freddie Mac as Executive Vice President and General Counsel,” said Michael DeVito, CEO of Freddie Mac. “Heidi brings deep expertise in areas spanning the entire legal spectrum, including mortgages, services, access to credit and regulatory issues, among others. I am confident that she will quickly become a valuable member of management team at Freddie Mac. I would like to thank Jerry Weiss for his invaluable service to the Board of Directors and to senior management as Acting General Counsel, where he led the company through a number complex legal, regulatory, business and governance issues.”

Mason joins Freddie Mac from ElevateNext Law, a majority women-owned law firm, where she was a partner and provided legal, advisory, and regulatory compliance services to financial services firms across the United States. Previously, she spent 17 years at Wells Fargo, serving as Executive Vice President and Senior Assistant General Counsel. During his tenure at Wells Fargo, Mason led legal support for its consumer businesses. She was previously head of the corporate legal team, where she oversaw company-wide legal support in corporate governance, employment law and many other areas.

Mason received a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University and his JD from Georgetown Law Center.

Freddie Mac makes home possible for millions of families and individuals by providing mortgage capital to lenders. Since our founding by Congress in 1970, we have made housing more accessible and affordable for buyers and renters in communities nationwide. We are building a better housing finance system for buyers, renters, lenders, investors and ratepayers. Learn more at FreddieMac.com, Twitter @FreddieMac and the Freddie Mac blog FreddieMac.com/blog.

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Declaration of US ownership on Tic SHC form due by March https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/declaration-of-us-ownership-on-tic-shc-form-due-by-march/ Thu, 10 Feb 2022 08:18:38 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/declaration-of-us-ownership-on-tic-shc-form-due-by-march/ The U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) currently collects data from U.S. institutions as part of its mandatory five-year benchmark survey of ownership of foreign securities by U.S. residents. This survey must be completed on Form SHC by all U.S. Custodians and End Investors (as described below) who exceed the applicable Foreign Reportable Securities Reporting […]]]>

The U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) currently collects data from U.S. institutions as part of its mandatory five-year benchmark survey of ownership of foreign securities by U.S. residents. This survey must be completed on Form SHC by all U.S. Custodians and End Investors (as described below) who exceed the applicable Foreign Reportable Securities Reporting Threshold (as described below). The survey must be filed with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York electronically or by email no later than March 4, 2022.

This alert will provide information about who is required to complete the SHC form, as well as a high-level summary of the applicable reporting requirements.

WHO IS OBLIGED TO REPORT?

Form SHC must be filed by U.S. persons or organizations (including U.S. subsidiaries of foreign entities legally incorporated or licensed in the United States) whose reportable foreign securities holdings equal or exceed US$200 million as of December 31, 2021. Entities required to report includes:

  • U.S. resident custodians responsible for the safekeeping of US$200 million or more in reportable foreign securities;
  • U.S. resident end investors holding or managing US$200 million or more in reportable foreign securities; and
  • any other entity specifically notified by letter from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

For purposes of Form SHC, a US resident end investor is any US resident organization that invests in foreign securities on its own behalf or on behalf of others. The following organizations fall within the scope of the survey:

  • financial and non-financial organizations (including intermediate holding companies);
  • private and public pension fund managers;
  • managers/sponsors of registered funds, exchange-traded index funds, mutual fund trusts, hedge funds, limited partnerships, trusts, private equity funds, venture capital funds and others private investment vehicles;
  • insurance companies;
  • foundations;
  • university endowments;
  • trusts and estates; and
  • family offices.

In addition, Form SHC reporting must be made on a consolidated basis, i.e., a single Form SHC reflecting all reportable securities owned or managed by all branches, offices and majority-owned subsidiaries of an organization residing in the United States must be filed by the organization’s highest parent entity residing in the United States. The form also requires consolidation of own and customer assets by asset managers. For these entities, a consolidated report on Form SHC should include all reportable securities held by the organization on a sole basis as well as reportable securities held by U.S. resident funds and accounts sponsored or managed by the manager. The report may exclude reportable securities held by non-US subsidiaries or managed for non-US accounts.

SHC FORM STRUCTURE

The SHC form is made up of three separate annexes:

  • Schedule 1 must be completed by all reporting agencies. Schedule 1 requests basic identifying information for the reporting organization as well as summary information regarding the data reported in Schedules 2 and 3 (if applicable).
  • Annex 2 requires detailed information on reportable foreign securities held by the reporting organization.

U.S. custodians who hold, in aggregate across all accounts, more than US$200 million in reportable foreign securities must complete Schedule 2 with respect to all reportable securities in their custody (or in the custody of their foreign sub-custody).

End investors must complete Schedule 2 if they hold or manage US$200 million or more in reportable foreign securities with non-US custodians or in self-custody. However, end investors are not required to report securities held through a US custodian on Schedule 2. Thus, an end investor who owns and manages less than US$200 million held outside a U.S. custodian has no schedule 2 reporting requirements.

An organization that holds Schedule 2 reportable foreign securities must complete a separate Schedule 2 for each of these securities.

  • Appendix 3 requests information regarding the US resident custodian(s) used by the custodial organization to hold reportable foreign securities. A filing organization must file a separate Schedule 3 for each US custodian holding US$200 million or more in reportable foreign securities on behalf of the filing organization.

The fair value of securities at the close of business on December 31, 2021 should be used to determine whether an organization owns or manages US$200 million of reportable securities.

WHAT ARE THE TITLES TO DECLARE

Reportable securities generally include all securities (including equities, long-term and short-term debt and certain money market fund instruments) issued by entities established under the laws of another country. than the United States, and all securities issued by international organizations. Neither the country in which the securities are traded or issued nor the currency in which the securities are denominated are relevant in determining whether the particular security is reportable. In this regard, the security-specific instructions in the SHC form can be quite nuanced and require careful consideration. For example, certificates of deposit held by a US person that provide exposure to foreign securities are reportable, but foreign securities held by a US custodian to back the certificates of deposit are not reportable.

Here are some other examples of non-declarable titles:

  • any US title, including:
    • securities issued by organizations resident in the United States;
    • securities issued by US-resident subsidiaries of foreign-resident organizations and US-resident offices of foreign banks or foreign brokers;
    • securities issued by US resident entities under Section 144A of the Securities Act of 1933;
    • ownership of shares of US resident funds; and
    • stripped securities issued by a financial institution resident in the United States;
  • direct investments (that is, generally, where the end investor resident in the United States owns 10% or more of the voting securities of a foreign issuer);
  • derivatives;
  • loans and loan participation certificates;
  • Bank deposits; Where
  • foreign securities temporarily acquired under reverse repurchase, borrowing or lending agreements.

PURPOSE OF THE SHC FORM

The Treasury International Capital (TIC) reporting system is a set of periodic statistical reports prepared by the Treasury to document the flow of money into and out of the United States through purchases and sales of securities and other financial instruments. Reports generated from this data are primarily used by the Treasury for: (i) calculating the US balance of payments; (ii) formulation of international financial policy; and (iii) monitoring of developments in international markets. The SHC form is one of a series of TIC forms used by the Treasury to collect information on positions held by U.S. persons in foreign securities for the TIC reporting system.

PENALTY FOR NON-COMPLIANCE

Notwithstanding that the SHC form is designed to facilitate the collection of information for investigative purposes, filing is mandatory for designated organizations and failure to provide timely and accurate data may result in penalties under the law. applies. As a result, Form SHC must be filed by the reporting deadline of March 4, 2022.

DATA CONFIDENTIALITY

The information collected on the SHC form will be made available to the general public only at an aggregated level; reports from individual filing organizations are treated confidentially. For more information :

The Federal Register notice announcing the investigation can be viewed here. The SHC form and associated instructions are available on the Treasury Department website here.

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The Fed has a clear mandate to mitigate climate risks https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/the-fed-has-a-clear-mandate-to-mitigate-climate-risks/ Sat, 22 Jan 2022 19:01:04 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/the-fed-has-a-clear-mandate-to-mitigate-climate-risks/ During a Senate Banking Committee hearing last week, Ranking Member Sen. Pat ToomeyPatrick (Pat) Joseph ToomeyConservatives are outraged that Sarah Bloom Raskin actually believes in capitalism Meet Washington’s most ineffectual senator: Joe Manchin Black women seek to capitalize on gains in upcoming election MORE (R-Pa.) warned the Federal Reserve against “[ing] of his mandate” by […]]]>

During a Senate Banking Committee hearing last week, Ranking Member Sen. Pat ToomeyPatrick (Pat) Joseph ToomeyConservatives are outraged that Sarah Bloom Raskin actually believes in capitalism Meet Washington’s most ineffectual senator: Joe Manchin Black women seek to capitalize on gains in upcoming election MORE (R-Pa.) warned the Federal Reserve against “[ing] of his mandate” by addressing “politically charged areas such as global warming”.

“If this politicization continues unchecked,” threatened the senator, “it won’t end well for the Fed.”

These comments are clearly aimed at people like Sarah Bloom Raskin, President BidenJoe BidenNew York woman arrested after allegedly spitting on Jewish children Former senator Donnelly confirmed as associate of Vatican ambassador Giuliani sentenced to one year in prison in campaign finance case MORE‘s appointment as the Federal Reserve’s chief banking regulator, who has publicly called on the institution to ensure a smooth transition to a low-carbon economy without disrupting the financial system.

Toomey is simply wrong. Banks’ climate risk management is central to the Federal Reserve’s legal mandate. In fact, ignoring climate change and the risks it poses would be contrary to their congressional mandates. It wouldn’t end well for the Fed — or for the economy.

Long ago, Congress recognized that a strong economy needs a strong and inclusive banking system. Banks help savers build wealth, provide loans to entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses, and allow the Federal Reserve to target full employment and reduce inflation by transmitting monetary policy decisions to the rest of the world. ‘economy. Consequently, Congress has instructed the Federal Reserve and its fellow federal banking regulators to ensure that banks do not operate in an “unsafe or unhealthy condition”, to respond to “emerging threats to the stability of the US financial system” and to encourage banks “to help meet the credit needs” of their communities, among other requirements.

Ensuring that banks can weather the climate crisis is essential for the Federal Reserve to meet these legal obligations, because climate-related risks are a new form of systemic risk that can have serious consequences for financial stability. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the United States experienced “20 separate billion-dollar weather and climate disasters” in 2021 with damages totaling approximately $145 billion, and there is no doubt that these disasters have affected the financial system. Banks are exposed to climate-related risks due to acute and chronic physical damage and productivity losses, known as physical risk, as well as the ongoing transition away from carbon-intensive industries and liability increasing legal risk, known as transition risk.

Importantly, these twin risks correspond directly to the traditional categories of financial risks that banks face – and must manage – with every loan. A farmer who borrowed to buy a new tractor, for example, may be unable to repay the loan if his crops are destroyed by increasingly severe storms (ie, credit risk). Or a loan to an oil and gas company may not be repaid as solar energy costs become cheaper and fossil fuel infrastructure becomes obsolete (i.e. market risk) . Or, a bank’s head office and computer servers may be threatened by extreme flooding or forest fires (i.e. an operational risk).

Whether a bank has failed due to climate change, theft, or simple mismanagement, it cannot take deposits, make loans, or otherwise support the economy. And despite Toomey’s assertions to the contrary, climate risks fit squarely within the Federal Reserve’s statutory mission to ensure a stable financial system.

Because climate change presents similar risks that banks routinely face — such as credit, market, and operational risk — the Federal Reserve can take routine steps to ensure banks are well equipped to address climate change, including by issuing climate monitoring guidelines and conducting climate action. scenario analyses.

The Federal Reserve regularly provides banks with supervisory guidance to identify developing risks that banks face and offers examples of practices that can be used to reduce those risks. As banks begin to address climate change, the Federal Reserve should issue prudential guidance to help them understand the climate risks they face and options for mitigating those risks. And because Federal Reserve examiners assess banks on a number of factors each year, known as CAMELS ratings, the Federal Reserve should update its examination manuals to detail how its examiners will incorporate climate risks. in these ratings.

Similarly, after acknowledging that the failure of some banks during the 2008 financial crisis could harm the broader financial system and the real economy, the Federal Reserve began routinely testing large banks to understand their vulnerability to the bankruptcy in times of crisis. Since the potential consequences of climate change on the financial system are similar to those of financial crises – failing banks leading to a decline in credit – the Federal Reserve should perform climate scenario analyzes to assess the vulnerability of banks to failure. due to climate risks in the future.

It’s important to note that the Federal Reserve cannot legally tell banks to divest entirely from certain lines of business, such as lending to oil and gas companies. What it can and should do, however, is ensure that banks understand the risks they face and help prevent those risks from leading to bank failure and spreading to the rest of the financial system and of the real economy. Fortunately, many of the nation’s largest banks, including Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase, and some small and medium-sized banks have made the voluntary decision to decarbonize without the need for regulatory pressure.

While Toomey wants the Federal Reserve to eschew politics and stick to its statutory mandate, that requires officials to address climate risks within the banking system. Fortunately, Federal Reserve leadership recognizes this, based on extensive and thorough research: During his renomination hearing last week, the Chairman Jerome PowellJerome PowellConservatives are outraged that Sarah Bloom Raskin actually believes in capitalism Biden selects Sarah Bloom Raskin, two others for Fed board Overnight Energy & Environment – Earth Records Hottest Years Ever MORE responded to a question about climate risks by saying, “We have a role to play. It’s a narrow but important question, and that’s because it relates to our existing mandates.

Todd Phillips is Director of Financial Regulation and Corporate Governance at the Center for American Progress.

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Council to discuss expansion of LG battery factory on Monday https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/council-to-discuss-expansion-of-lg-battery-factory-on-monday/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 11:06:02 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/council-to-discuss-expansion-of-lg-battery-factory-on-monday/ HOLLAND – Dutch lawmakers are expected to receive a full briefing Monday on plans to massively expand LG Energy Solution’s lithium-ion battery factory in Holland. Although the company’s expansion plans in the Netherlands are still in the early stages of the local, county and state approval process, the project is being heralded as possibly “historic” […]]]>

HOLLAND – Dutch lawmakers are expected to receive a full briefing Monday on plans to massively expand LG Energy Solution’s lithium-ion battery factory in Holland.

Although the company’s expansion plans in the Netherlands are still in the early stages of the local, county and state approval process, the project is being heralded as possibly “historic” for the city by the Mayor Nathan Bocks.

LG Energy Solution Ltd., the battery manufacturing arm of South Korean company LG Chem, officially informed Governor Gretchen Whitmer in December that Holland had been chosen as the site for a $1.5 billion investment in the company’s battery production in the United States in a letter from a the company’s vice president shared with the Holland City Council.

The plant at 1 LG Way, the Netherlands, is LG Chem’s first battery plant in the United States, with a production capacity of 5 gigawatt hours. It manufactures batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles for major automakers, including General Motors.

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Federal agencies

US Department of Treasury

Treasury International Capital Data for November

January 18, 2022

The United States Department of Treasury has released Treasury International Capital data for November 2021. The next release, which will report data for December 2021, is scheduled for February 15, 2022.

Federal Reserve Board

Federal Reserve Board Releases Results of Survey of Banks’ Senior Financial Officers on their Reserve Balance Management Strategies and Practices

January 18, 2022

The Federal Reserve Board (Board) has released the results of a survey of key financial officers of banks on their strategies and practices for managing reserve balances. The survey is used by the Board to obtain information on the pricing and behavior of deposits, the management of bank liabilities, the provision of financial services, and reserve management strategies and practices. The survey includes responses from banks that held about three-quarters of total banking system reserves at the time of the survey.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

At a Glance: Results of the December SCE Public Policy Survey

January 18, 2022

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has released its December 2021 Consumer Expectations Survey. The average probability attributed to an increase in housing benefits over the next twelve months fell to 41% in December, after reaching a high of 52% in August. The decline was widespread across all age, education and income groups.

Conference of State Banking Supervisors

State regulators settle with hundreds of mortgage originators over SAFE Act education requirements

January 18, 2022

Forty-four state financial agencies, led by the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, have entered into agreements with more than 400 mortgage originators nationwide who claim to have completed annual continuing education , as required by federal and state law.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

You’re Invited – Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in Financial Services

January 18, 2022

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has a conversation about promoting diversity and inclusion in the financial services industry and the important role of minority depository institutions in job creation, small business growth and Wealth Creation in Low- and Moderate-Income Communities on January 21 at 11 a.m. EST. Leaders from the FDIC and the National Bankers Association will discuss ongoing efforts to preserve and promote minority depository institutions and ensure access to capital and other resources that support economic development and mobility in communities minority.

National Administration of Credit Unions

Letter: NCUA Oversight Priorities for 2022

January 18, 2022

National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Chairman Todd M. Harper has written a letter to Federally Insured Credit Unions outlining NCUA oversight priorities and other aspects of the NCUA review program for 2022 .

US Small Business Administration

Report: SBA OIG Report 22-07: SBA Oversight of Grantee’s Implementation of the CARES Act Resource Partner Training Portal

January 18, 2022

The Office of Inspector General assessed the management of the Small Business Administration (SBA) grant to train small businesses on available federal resources in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and released a report titled “SBA’s Oversight of the Grant Recipient’s Implementation of the CARES Act Resource Partner Training Portal.”

International

European Banking Authority

Document: EBA publishes a working document on its preliminary observations on selected payment fraud data under the Payment Services Directive

January 17, 2022

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a working document on its preliminary observations on certain payment fraud data under the Payment Services Directive (PSD2), as reported by the industry for the years 2019 and 2020. The document presents the main findings related to three payment instruments: transfers, card payments and cash withdrawals, and also describes other schemes which seem inconclusive and which would benefit from the comments and views of stakeholders. of the market. The answers to the questions raised in the discussion paper will help the EBA, the European Central Bank and national authorities to interpret the data on fraud that will be reported in the years to come.

EBA confirms continued application of reporting and disclosure requirements related to COVID-19 until further notice

January 17, 2022

Following the uncertainty surrounding the evolution of COVID-19, the European Banking Authority confirms the need to continue monitoring the exposures and credit quality of loans benefiting from various public support measures. To facilitate this monitoring, the guidelines on reporting and disclosure of exposures subject to measures applied in response to the COVID-19 crisis continue to apply until further notice.

UK Financial Conduct Authority

FCA confirms its approach to European companies temporarily operating in the UK

January 18, 2022

European companies wishing to remain under the temporary authorization regime must meet the standards of the Financial Conduct Authority to continue to operate in the United Kingdom.

Administrative changes

Vacant jobs

Federal Reserve Board

  • Vice President for Oversight – Sarah Bloom Raskin Appointed January 14, 2022
  • Governor – Lisa Cook appointed January 14, 2022
  • Governor – Phillip Jefferson, appointed January 14, 2022

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

  • President – ​​Martin Gruenberg will become interim president effective February 1, 2022
  • Vice-president

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

  • Controller – Vacant (Michael Hsu is Acting Controller)

Commodity Futures Commission

  • Three (3) vacant commissioner positions

Appointments/Confirmation Hearings

U.S. Treasury Department – Janet Yellen (effective January 26, 2021)

Federal Reserve Board

  • Statement by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome H. Powell on his nomination by President Biden (November 22, 2021)
  • Statement by Governor Lael Brainard on her nomination by President Biden (November 22, 2021)
  • Statement by Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen on Federal Reserve Appointments (November 22, 2021)
  • Statement from Secretary Walsh on Federal Reserve Appointments (November 22, 2021)
  • Brown’s Statement on Jerome Powell’s Renomination as Fed Chair (November 22, 2021)
  • Toomey’s Statement on Jerome Powell’s Renomination as Fed Chair (November 22, 2021)
  • Brown applauds Biden’s nomination of Governor Lael Brainard as vice president (November 22, 2021)
  • Brown Applauds Biden Nominees to Fed Board (January 14, 2022)
  • Toomey’s Statement on President Biden’s Fed Nominees (January 14, 2022)
  • Waters applauds appointments of Sarah Bloom Raskin, Lisa Cook and Philip Jefferson to Federal Reserve leadership positions (January 14, 2022)
  • Statement by Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen on Federal Reserve Appointments (January 14, 2022)

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau – Rohit Chopra (effective October 12, 2021)

Security and Exchange Commission – Gary Gensler (effective April 17, 2021)

Small Business Administration – Isabella Casillas Guzman (effective March 16, 2021)

Commodity Futures Trading Commission – Rostin Behnam (effective December 17, 2021)

Financial Crimes Network

National Administration of Credit Unions – Todd M. Harper

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – Marcia Fudge (effective March 10, 2021)

Federal Housing Finance Agency – Sandra L. Thompson

US Department of Education – Dr. Miguel Cardona (effective March 2, 2021)

PH Customer Alerts

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Legislation/legislative updates

Click here to view the full text of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”), Adopted March 27, 2020.

Click here to view the full text of the Expanding Paycheck Protection Program Act of 2020, Adopted April 24, 2020.

Click here to view the full text of the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020, Adopted on June 5, 2020.

Click here to view the full text of the Consolidated Credit Law, 2021, Adopted on December 27, 2020.

Click here to view the full text of the 2021 US bailout plan, Adopted March 11, 2021.

Click here to view the full text of the PPP Extension Act 2021, Adopted March 30, 2021.

Click here to see a current list of bills the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, the House Committee on Financial Services and the House Committee on Small Business.

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Stratus Properties Inc. and Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. Extend Scheduled Closing Date for Block 21 Sale https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/stratus-properties-inc-and-ryman-hospitality-properties-inc-extend-scheduled-closing-date-for-block-21-sale/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 21:15:00 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/stratus-properties-inc-and-ryman-hospitality-properties-inc-extend-scheduled-closing-date-for-block-21-sale/ AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Stratus Properties Inc. (NASDAQ: STRS) (“Stratus” or the “Company”) today announced that the expected closing date for its previously announced sale of Block 21 to Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. has been extended as both parties continue the process of obtaining consent for the purchaser to take over the existing mortgage from the relevant […]]]>

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Stratus Properties Inc. (NASDAQ: STRS) (“Stratus” or the “Company”) today announced that the expected closing date for its previously announced sale of Block 21 to Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. has been extended as both parties continue the process of obtaining consent for the purchaser to take over the existing mortgage from the relevant loan servicers. The transaction is now expected to close in the first quarter of 2022, subject to the timely satisfaction or waiver of various closing conditions, including the loan servicers’ consent to the buyer’s assumption of the existing mortgage loan, the consent of the hotel operator, an affiliate of Marriott, to the purchaser’s assumption of the hotel operating agreement, no material adverse effect and other customary closing conditions .

Block 21 is a 100% Stratus-owned mixed-use development in downtown Austin, Texas that contains the W Austin Hotel and office, retail and entertainment space.

About Stratus Properties Inc.

Stratus is a diversified real estate company primarily engaged in the acquisition, allocation, development, management and sale of commercial, multi-family and single-family real estate properties, real estate leasing and operation of hospitality and entertainment businesses located in the Austin, TX area and other select fast-growing markets in Texas.

Forward-looking statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements in which Stratus discusses factors that it believes may affect its future performance. Forward-looking statements are all statements other than statements of historical fact, including statements regarding if and when the sale of Block 21 will be completed. The words “anticipate”, “may”, “may”, “could”, “plan”, “believe”, “potential”, “possible”, “estimate”, “expect”, “project”, ” target”, “intends”, “likely”, “will”, “should”, “be”, and similar expressions are intended to identify such statements as forward-looking statements. Stratus cautions readers that forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and that its actual results may differ materially from those anticipated, expected, projected or implied in the forward-looking statements. Important factors that may cause Stratus’ actual results to differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, the occurrence of any event, change or other circumstance that could delay the closing of the sale. of Block 21 or result in the termination of the Block 21 sale agreements, the uncertain and continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and other factors described in more detail under the heading “Risk Factors” in the Annual Report of Stratus on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2020 and Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2021, each filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

Investors are cautioned that many of the assumptions upon which Stratus’ forward-looking statements are based are subject to change after the date on which the forward-looking statements are made. Additionally, Stratus may make changes to its business plans that could affect its results. Stratus cautions investors that it undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made, notwithstanding any changes in its assumptions, business plans, actual experience or other changes.

A copy of this press release is available on Stratus’ website, stratusproperties.com.

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Student Loan Services Market Size 2021-2028 by Types, Applications and Major Key Players – Earnest, Sallie Mae, Credible, Discover Financial Services, College Ave – Industrial IT https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/student-loan-services-market-size-2021-2028-by-types-applications-and-major-key-players-earnest-sallie-mae-credible-discover-financial-services-college-ave-industrial-it/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 05:12:09 +0000 https://tedxyouthcaltech.com/student-loan-services-market-size-2021-2028-by-types-applications-and-major-key-players-earnest-sallie-mae-credible-discover-financial-services-college-ave-industrial-it/ [ad_1] The Student Loan Service market report is a perfect basis for people looking for a comprehensive study and analysis of the Student Loan Service market. This report contains diverse study and information that will help you understand your niche and key market channel concentration in the regional and global Student Loan Services market. To […]]]>


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Student Loan Management Market: Competitive Landscape

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By types:

Federal loan
Private loan

By applications:

Students
High school student
Other

Student Loan Services Market: Regional Analysis

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