The American Bankers Association yesterday urged Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to withdraw a recent proposal making changes to its rules on national bank or federal savings ownership of real property.
The OCC yesterday announced the appointment of new members to its Minority Depository Institutions Advisory Committee and the Mutual Savings Association Advisory Committee.
The federal banking agencies found increased credit risk in the Shared National Credit portfolio—a bundle of large, syndicated bank loans that includes 5,652 borrowers and totals $5.1 trillion—according to the SNC Review released today.
As the Federal Reserve contemplates updates to its Community Reinvestment Act regulations, the American Bankers Association emphasized the importance of working closely with the FDIC and OCC to “craft a modern regulatory framework that can be adopted by all three agencies.”
The American Bankers Association joined the Independent Community Bankers of America and the Credit Union National Association yesterday asked Acting Comptroller of the Currency Blake Paulson to withdraw an interpretive letter and the conditional approval for two recent trust charters, in accordance with a Jan. 20 White House memo calling for a regulatory freeze.
The American Bankers Association and a coalition of trade associations yesterday called for the OCC to withdraw its 2020 Community Reinvestment Act rule and instead pursue a joint CRA rulemaking with the Federal Reserve and the FDIC.
The OCC today released the 2021 list of distressed or underserved areas where banks participating in certain revitalization or stabilization activities will be considered for Community Reinvestment Act Credit under the agency’s 2020 final CRA rule.
The OCC announced today that it will pause the publication of a controversial final rule stating that banks should provide access to services, capital and credit based on their risk assessment of individual customers and not make broad-based decisions that affect whole categories or classes of customers.
The OCC today finalized a controversial proposal stating that banks should provide access to services, capital and credit based on their risk assessment of individual customers and not make broad-based decisions that affect whole categories or classes of customers.