The Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Friday updated its guidance on mitigating and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.
The Internal Revenue Service has created a new online tool for families that are normally not required to file an income tax return to register for the expanded Child Tax Credit payments, which were authorized by the American Rescue Plan and which will begin to be distributed on July 15.
The ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking recognized 178 graduates on Friday, awarding Stonier diplomas and Wharton leadership certificates.
Federal agencies on Friday announced updates to their rulemaking agendas. Items on the agendas and…
Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu today said that it is “imperative that banks continue careful planning” for the transition away from Libor to an alternate reference rate, such as the Secured Overnight Financing Rate, the Alternate Reference Rates Committee’s preferred Libor alternative.
The chief economists of North America’s largest banks expect a sustained rebound in both consumer and business credit market conditions over the next six months, according to ABA’s latest Credit Conditions Index.
The American Bankers Association urged the Securities and Exchange Commission today to provide a wide safe harbor for information and statements made in disclosures addressing climate risk.
The Bank for International Settlements released a working paper to discuss the range of central bank digital currencies, including addressing their architectures, how they could complement existing payment options and what they imply for the financial system and central banks in the future.
The American Bankers Association filed comments today urging the federal banking agencies and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to provide additional guidance on how the 2011 “Supervisory Guidance on Model Risk Management,” or MRMG, works in conjunction with Bank Secrecy Act/anti-money laundering and Office of Foreign Assets Control compliance.
Top economists from the largest U.S. banks anticipate a sustained rebound in consumer and business credit market conditions over the next six months, according to ABA’s Credit Conditions Outlook released today.