The OCC, FDIC and National Credit Union Administration issued an updated policy statement regarding accommodations and workouts for commercial real estate loans whose borrowers are experiencing financial difficulty.
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More than half of community bankers in a recent survey cited small business loans as a high priority in 2022, with most small business owners saying in the same poll that they plan to borrow an average of $2 million over the next two years.
The Federal Reserve is seeking public comment on an updated policy statement regarding accommodations and workouts for commercial real estate loans whose borrowers are experiencing financial difficulty.
ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols last week joined Texas Bankers Association Chairman Ford Sasser and CEO Chris Furlow on a listening tour through Texas to hear from bank leaders and discuss the critical role banks of all sizes play in supporting the state’s energy sector.
FDIC examiners will increase their focus on commercial real estate concentration in the upcoming exam cycle as economic pressures and changes in work and commerce habits elevate CRE lending risk, according to the most recent issue of the agency’s Supervisory Insights published yesterday.
Lending standards for business loans tightened during the second quarter of 2022, according to the Federal Reserve’s senior loan officer opinion survey released today.
The Alternative Reference Rates Committee today released a playbook to help support the transition away from legacy Libor cash products.
As ESG guidance and disclosures from regulators proliferate, banks must remain free to lend to, invest in and do business without government interference, ABA and the 51 state bankers associations wrote today in a letter to financial regulators.
The Alternative Reference Rates Committee today issued recommendations for contracts linked to U.S. dollar Libor Intercontinental Exchange Swap Rates. These recommendations include a suggested fallback formula that can be used for USD Libor ISR fixings after three-month USD Libor has been discontinued or becomes non-representative.
Lending standards for business loans remained largely unchanged in the first quarter of 2022, according to the Federal Reserve’s senior loan officer opinion survey released today.