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As part of its ongoing effort to enhance cross-border payments, the Financial Stability Board is conducting a survey to collect feedback on how existing national and regional data frameworks interact with and affect the functioning, regulation and supervision of cross-border payment arrangements.

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Ahead of a House Financial Services Committee hearing on digital assets today—at which the heads of several cryptocurrency firms will testify—the American Bankers Association submitted a statement for the record emphasizing the need for bank-like regulations for companies offering digital assets to consumers.

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Three types of aggregate fee revenues—maintenance fees, ATM fees and overdraft fees—all declined in 2020, with overdraft fees seeing the greatest decline at 26.2%, according to data released by the CFPB today. In the years between 2015 and 2019, overdraft fees were increasing modestly year-over-year—about 1.7% annually, the bureau found. 

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The Federal Reserve System’s 2022 fee schedules for priced services that go into effect Jan. 3 are expected to be 3.7% higher on average than in 2021, and the system projects that it will recover 97.1% of its priced services costs.

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