ABA yesterday offered feedback to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on a survey questionnaire intended to gauge the potential one-time costs associated with preparing to collect and report data on small business lending, as required by section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission yesterday proposed new and amended regulations regarding speculative position limits.
The federal banking agencies today issued a joint proposal to amend the “covered funds” regulatory provisions of the Volcker Rule, which places significant restrictions on financial institutions’ ability to have certain interests in, or relationships with, hedge funds and private equity funds. T
Six federal regulatory agencies are commencing a mandated review of the Dodd-Frank Act’s mortgage risk retention rule, which was finalized in 2014.
ABA, joined by the Bank Policy Institute, Consumer Bankers Association and the Independent Community Bankers of America, today called on the federal banking agencies to pause any changes in certain Call Report data until the ongoing Community Reinvestment Act regulatory revamp and Dodd-Frank Act Section 1071 rulemaking are completed.
Ceding to ABA’s request, the FDIC agreed to rebate outstanding assessment credits after these have applied against premiums for four quarters—instead of waiting for eight quarters.
The Federal Reserve Board on Friday issued a proposal to extend the deadline for its final rule limiting the amount of credit exposure that foreign banking organizations can have to each other and to other counterparties.
In remarks before a public symposium on small business loan data collection today, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Kathleen Kraninger signaled the importance of balancing the statutory objectives of Section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act with the need to avoid negative credit effects on the $1.4 trillion small business lending market.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced 2020 changes in dollar thresholds for several Regulation Z provisions governed by the CARD Act, the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act and the Dodd-Frank Act.
In remarks at a conference at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston today, Fed Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles highlighted ways his agency is working to make stress tests more transparent, simple and less volatile.