The Federal Reserve, for its part, is looking to raise more money to help it deal with the Great Recession.
It recently launched a new program, called the “share” program, which gives banks a share of the proceeds from loans they make.
It’s a new approach, which the Fed hopes will help banks better serve the economy and reduce their borrowing costs.
This is the latest step in a program that has long been an issue for banks.
It started in 2009, and the Fed has had to work to improve it.
In 2010, it set up a “stress test” to make sure that lenders were keeping up with the needs of the financial system.
The Fed, which was not directly involved in the program, then worked with other regulators and financial institutions to set up the program.
It has a limited number of share programs, and most banks have not yet signed up.
For some banks, though, the program is a great way to reduce costs.
The share program helps banks lower the amount of capital they need to take on, and that helps them manage their loans.
It also helps them reduce the amount they borrow.
But it also raises questions about whether banks are actually helping the economy, or simply acting as a middleman to keep out competitors.
Bankers and their allies have argued that the program helps them keep costs down, while making it easier for banks to raise capital.
“It helps the banks, it helps the economy,” said Steve Shultz, who heads the Center for Financial Innovation at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
“And if they’re able to have more capital in the system, they’re going to be able to take more risks, and therefore grow more quickly.”
Banks have been slow to embrace the share program, and some say it makes sense.
“We have seen a tremendous amount of concern about the share, and I think that’s fair enough,” said Steven Guggenheim, chief executive of the New York Fed.
“But at the same time, it also creates an incentive for banks not to lend to small and medium-sized banks and other institutions, because the banks don’t want to be in the share.”
Banks say they need the share to help them comply with regulatory requirements.
Banks are required to hold capital equal to about 1% of their assets, but the Fed says that percentage has dropped from 3.9% in 2009 to 1.6% in 2018.
Banks say that the share will allow them to raise up to 3% of capital in a year, with the rest of the money going to shareholders.
The banks say the program also helps prevent a run on the banks by lowering costs.
Banks must hold a minimum of 3% in capital, but they can add up to 6% in certain circumstances, like when the banks have to borrow money from other banks to cover shortfalls in operations.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said in a statement last week that banks would have to keep up with increased lending costs and other demands by the financial industry, like as they do now, by maintaining the current level of capital.
Banks, meanwhile, are looking to expand the program even more.
They’re looking to add another $100 billion to their capital base this year, the Federal Deposit Loan Corporation said.