By considering the unique aspects of healthcare financing, the associated risks can be factored into the pricing and structure of the credit facility, resulting in fewer surprises.
Browsing: Compliance and Risk
The American Bankers Association and three other banking and mortgage groups today warned that re-codifying the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2013 disparate impact rule would run afoul of binding Supreme Court precedent.
When a texting campaign is deployed responsibly, customers will feel well-informed and cared for, and perhaps less likely to look elsewhere for their banking needs.
Compliance professionals reviewing marketing materials should ask some important questions to avoid “dark patterns” that nudge consumers to make choices they may not intend.
In a joint letter to Senate Intelligence Committee leaders today, ABA and two financial trade groups said that several provisions in the Cyber Incident Notification Act of 2021 conflict with cybersecurity requirements already in place for financial institutions.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Federal Housing Finance Agency today announced a memorandum of understanding regarding fair housing and fair lending coordination.
Worldwide, most financial services companies are using some form of cloud technology, with 83% reporting they are using the technology as part of their computer infrastructure, according to a new Harris Poll released by Google Cloud.
The American Bankers Association and five other financial trade groups yesterday urged the Federal Reserve to withdraw its proposal to expand the Durbin Amendment’s implementing rule (Regulation II), unless the Fed fixes key legal and technical deficiencies.
When you multiply all the custom requirements across a multitude of platforms and vendors supporting bank marketing, the investment to display one logo is dizzying. Can disclosures be centralized instead?