In a comment letter submitted to the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday, ABA continued its push for new rules to ensure that customers can receive important communications from their banks.
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking comment on how it might further empower companies that provide telephone service to block fraudulent and other illegal calls.
The Treasury Department today issued a long-awaited report recommending changes to laws and regulations affecting nonbank financial providers and the broader fintech environment.
Seven members of the Senate Commerce Committee — including Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) — this week urged the Federal Communications Commission to issue new rules to ensure that consumers can receive important communications from their banks and other businesses.
ABA today urged the Federal Communications Commission to issue new rules to ensure that customers can receive important communications from their banks.
n a comment letter to the Federal Communications Commission today, the American Bankers Association urged the FCC to continue developing a centrally administered database of phone numbers that have been relinquished by one individual and reassigned to another.
As the Treasury prepares to issue its report on nonbank fintech issues, ABA today released a white paper featuring several fintech policy recommendations that would facilitate innovation both inside and outside of the regulated banking system and promote partnerships between banks and nonbanks.
The American Bankers Association, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and several other members of industry today asked the Federal Communications Commission for new rules that would ensure that customers can receive important communications from banks and other businesses.
A federal judge’s recent action to vacate portions of the Federal Communications Commission’s 2015 order on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act has provided a new opportunity for the FCC to clarify certain definitions and take steps to ensure that consumers can continue to receive important communications from banks and other businesses, ABA and seven other financial trade groups said in a joint letter to Senate leaders.
In a win for ABA and other industry stakeholders, a federal appellate court today set aside some of the Federal Communications Commission’s constraints on when and how businesses can contact customers by phone.