Surface benefits for consumers from the 2009 Credit CARD Act have been offset by significant negative effects, ABA told the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday.
Browsing: Compliance and Risk
ABA today welcomed the Federal Reserve’s proposal to require banking organizations to include their current 20-digit legal entity identifiers on several regulatory forms¬—namely, FR Y-6, FR Y-7 and FR Y-10.
In remarks at the 2015 Bank Secrecy Act Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 18, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s (FinCEN) associate director of enforcement, Stephanie Brooker, focused on three main points: the importance of Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) filings; FinCEN’s enforcement approach; and promoting a strong culture of compliance in the financial industry.
The Department of Education today published a proposed rule that would limit the kinds of arrangements colleges can make with banks that disburse funds to students from federally guaranteed student loans.
The OCC today published a final rule to integrate the agency’s licensing rules for national banks and federal savings associations.
ABA last week filed its second comment letter in response to the decennial EGRPRA regulatory burden review that the federal banking agencies must conduct.
The rush to implement the TILA-RESPA integrated mortgage disclosures on Aug. 1 poses risks to customers, Cindy Lowman told a House Financial Services Committee panel today.
Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell today acknowledged that many post-financial crisis regulations not aimed at community banks are nonetheless affecting them.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today issued a request for information on various aspects of student loan servicing, signaling a potential future rulemaking on the subject.