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The Federal Reserve Board (“FRB”) adopted amendments to Regulation D (“Reserve Requirements of
Depository Institutions”) to (i) create a new single
“interest on reserve balances” rate and (ii) simplify the
formula for payment of interest on balances. The FRB adopted the
amendments as proposed without any modifications.
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The amendments replace the current “interest on required
reserves” (or “IORR”) rate of 0.10 percent and
“interest on excess reserves” (or “IOER”) rate
of 0.10 percent, with a single “interest on reserve
balances” (“IORB”) rate of 0.10 percent.
Additionally, the amendments simplify the current definition of
“excess balances” (i.e., balances maintained in
“excess balance accounts”) to “balances” and
apply the proposed IORB rate to this balance.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
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