In all of the Department of Justice’s corporate resolutions regarding AML compliance violations—including guilty pleas, deferred prosecution agreements or non-prosecution agreements—it will now consider requiring both chief executive officers and chief compliance officers to certify that a company has remedied the situation, Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Polite announced today.
The Department of Justice today issued guidance providing additional clarity about website accessibility and how businesses and others can ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The CFPB today signaled its intention to ramp up supervision activity around fair lending laws and unfair, deceptive and abusive acts and practices.
The CFPB today announced a new process through which consumers may petition the bureau directly for rulemaking actions.
The American Bankers Association and eight other industry trade groups urged the Federal Communications Commission to require telephone companies that block calls to transition to using Session Initiation Protocol Codes 607 and 608 to provide immediate notification to the bank or other caller when it blocks the call.
The OCC is seeking comments on the renewal of its guidance for managing compliance and reputation risk as it relates to reverse mortgage products.
The CFPB today issued a request for information seeking comments on fees associated with financial…
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council issued a statement of principles on examination information requests.
The federal banking agencies on Friday extended no-action relief under Regulation O for banks lending to investment fund-controlled companies under specific conditions.