The dearth of bank startups in recent years may have something to do with declining business dynamism and weak job growth, Frank Keating wrote in an op-ed in The Hill on Friday.
Browsing: Compliance and Risk
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today issued an interpretive rule intended to help lenders comply with the requirement in its mortgage servicing and high-cost mortgage rules to provide a list — shortly after a borrower applies for a mortgage — of Department of Housing and Urban Development-approved housing counselors nearby.
The OCC today updated its Comptroller’s Handbook guidance on complying with the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and Regulation X.
Several GOP members of the House Financial Services Committee wrote to leaders of the Federal Reserve, CFPB and OCC to urge them to formally disclaim any involvement in Operation Choke Point.
The Federal Reserve yesterday adopted a final rule that expands the regulatory relief provided by its small bank holding company policy statement.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday announced it had filed a lawsuit against several individuals and companies involved in what it said was a robo-calling phantom debt collection operation.
ABA President and CEO Frank Keating in a letter yesterday shared members’ concerns about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s recent decision to publish consumer complaint narratives, and he urged the bureau to improve its portal and database to help “mitigate unfair and inaccurate reputational damage to the banking industry.”
ABA President and CEO Frank Keating offered perspective on a wide range of issues — from banking regulation, interest rate increases and the low labor force participation rate to the Meerkat app and presidential politics — in interviews with New York City media outlets yesterday.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a report on Monday on consumer complaint trends in 2014. While complaint volume rose 53 percent from 2013 to 2014, the steady monthly increase in 2013 tapered off in 2014, averaging about 20,000 per month.