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    Lawmakers consider a bill that would hike reporting requirements for PE firms with health care holdings, the Senate vets Trump's Fed picks, and an SEC commissioner steps down.
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Public Policy

Lawmakers consider a bill that would hike reporting requirements for PE firms with health care holdings, the Senate vets Trump's Fed picks, and an SEC commissioner steps down.

The Federal Reserve is factoring in leveraged loan risks in its annual stress test of banks, and the central bank's chairman testifies before Congress.

Compliance professionals from middle-market private equity firms met last fall with a senior member of the Securities and Exchange Commission to discuss the agency’s examination priorities.

Federal regulators proposed modifications to the Volcker Rule that could be extended to private equity firms, and the House Committee on Financial Services released its February schedule.