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Fed to Evaluate Large Bank ‘Living Wills,’ Fintech in 2017

Speaking at a legal event in Washington, D.C., today, Federal Reserve General Counsel Scott Alvarez outlined several issues the agency will focus on in 2017, including certain regulatory relief measures and the entrance of nonbank fintech companies into the Federal Reserve System.

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ABA Meets with Hensarling to Discuss Reg Reform

ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols, Chairman-Elect Ken Burgess and EVP James Ballentine met with House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) in Dallas yesterday to discuss regulatory reform plans for the 115th Congress.

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ABA Welcomes Call Report Changes, Urges More Streamlining

While welcoming the banking agencies’ proposed streamlining of the Call Report for banks with less than $1 billion in assets and no foreign offices, ABA today urged regulators to do more to reduce the sources of burden that banks face when filing the report.

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