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ABA, ICBA Caution against Subjecting FDIC, Fed to Appropriations Process

The American Bankers Association, together with the Independent Community Bankers of America, wrote to Senate Appropriations Committee leadership today urging lawmakers to reject provisions included in the House appropriations bill for FY2018 that would bring the FDIC and the non-monetary functions of the Federal Reserve under the appropriations process.

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Former Regulator Defends New Fed Proposal for Bank Boards in Op-Ed

The Federal Reserve’s recent proposal to streamline supervisory expectations for bank boards of directors will not lessen the workload for bank boards as some critics have suggested, said former regulatory official and retired American Bankers Association SVP Richard Riese today in an op-ed in American Banker magazine.

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ABA Members Named to 2018 Fed Advisory Council

The Federal Reserve today announced the members of its 2018 Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council, including two ABA member bank executives who will serve as the panel’s president and vice president.

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ABA, Groups Offers Feedback on Proposed Reg CC Changes

In a joint comment letter with five financial trade groups today, the American Bankers Association wrote to the Federal Reserve in support of proposed amendments to address situations involving disputes about whether portions of an electronic check has been altered or whether the item is a forgery.

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