The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today announced that it will change its policy on civil investigative demands to improve transparency.
What bank leaders need to know about Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance.
The FDIC issued a letter to all banks today outlining gaps that some examiners had noted in banks’ contracts with technology vendors and reiterating regulatory requirements for these contracts.
The Supreme Court today ruled unanimously in the case of Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP that a business engaged only in nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings is not a “debt collector” under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
It appears as if the preemption national banks relied on since the early years of the Civil War is being diluted or, at the very least, significantly curtailed.
The American Bankers Association, along with the Consumer Bankers Association and the Independent Community Bankers of America, filed a friend-of-the court brief on Thursday asking the Supreme Court to provide stability and uniformity to the Federal Communications Commission’s rules interpreting the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The
Recent enforcement actions and court decisions are starting to untangle the complexities around crypto.
Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting said today that he hopes that the current conflict between state and federal laws that inhibits banks from serving cannabis-related businesses will be resolved by 2020.
The American Bankers Association yesterday joined with twelve other trade organizations to express strong concern about the American Law Institute’s pending draft Restatement of Law for consumer contracts.