The OCC today proposed to amend its assessment rules to provide partial refunds to national banks, federal thrifts and federal branches of foreign banks that leave OCC jurisdiction before the end of the six-month assessment period.
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In an American Banker op-ed today, ABA EVP Wayne Abernathy questioned the effectiveness of the more than two dozen regulatory capital requirements that banks are subject to and highlighted the need for greater tailoring.
The FDIC today issued a final rule to rescind Part 350 from the Code of Federal Regulations, removing an annual disclosure requirement that was duplicated by data publicly available on the FDIC’s website.
An imprecise way of talking about a regulatory reform bill is leading to industry confusion.
With “nearly all” the post-financial crisis policy changes completed, the Financial Stability Board is looking to new vulnerabilities to the global financial system, FSB Chairman Randal Quarles said yesterday in Hong Kong.
In her first public appearance as a member of the Federal Reserve Board, Fed Governor Michelle Bowman today encouraged bankers to keep the lines of communication open with the regulatory agencies, emphasizing that “clear communication can help us all do our jobs better.”
Setting ABA’s government relations agenda for 2019.
If we aren’t able to find a way to backfill areas hit hard by bank consolidation, the nation’s impressive economic recovery and growth will leave those towns behind.