The OCC will take a “serious look” at certain bank decisions not to lend to oil and gas projects in the Arctic, Acting Comptroller of the Currency Brian Brooks said in a letter to Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) last week.
ABA joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and several other financial and business trade groups in urging the Senate Banking Committee to advance the Improving Corporate Governance through Diversity Act.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will issue an advance notice of proposed rulemaking later in the year on consumer-authorized access to financial records, according to an announcement today.
The FDIC today finalized an ABA-supported rule codifying as regulation the agency’s statement of policy regarding the implementation of Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
By a three-to-two vote, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission yesterday approved a final rule on the cross-border application of registration thresholds and other requirements to swap dealers and major swap participants
The Senate today unanimously passed an ABA-advocated bill that would exempt the CARES Act economic impact payments from garnishment orders.
The Small Business Administration today issued a procedural notice providing detailed instructions for Paycheck Protection Program lenders on the PPP forgiveness process.
As the Senate prepares to unveil its latest coronavirus relief bill, the American Bankers Association and several financial trades urged lawmakers to include S. 4159, the E-Sign Modernization Act, in the package.
ABA and the Kansas Bankers Association today released new television and radio ads recognizing Rep. Roger “Doc” Marshall (R-Kan.) for his efforts to protect Kansas jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interpretive letter today, the OCC said that national banks and federal savings associations may provide cryptocurrency custody services for their customers.