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Amid significant volatility in the cryptocurrency markets, as well as an uptick in crypto-related frauds and scams, Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu today praised the “quiet trustworthiness of banks,” and highlighted the OCC’s “careful and cautious” approach to crypto activities by national banks.


The American Banker Association recently led a group of trade groups in expressing support for the Federal Communication Commission’s proposal to require mobile wireless providers to block text messages that are that are from invalid, unallocated or unused numbers, or those on a Do-Not-Originate list.

Financial Education

The rate of elder financial exploitation across the globe has more than doubled since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with that count likely an underestimate as only one in 44 older adult victims report to the authorities that they have been targeted, according to a new report by AARP.

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