American Bankers Association

Cut the derivatives business some slack

10/11/19

Federal regulators should amend a capital buffer requirements for certain derivatives to avoid economic damage.

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Supreme Court ruling could mean more ADA lawsuits tied to bank websites

10/09/19

The court passed up a recent opportunity to clarify confusion about Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for business websites, raising concerns among bankers that they could become an even more inviting litigation target.

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Auto, home equity are soft spots in consumer lending

10/08/19

Delinquencies on indirect auto and home equity loans are trending up, while past-due rates on credit cards are declining, according to a recent report by the American Bankers Association.

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ABA to seek a review of appeals court's FOM decision

10/08/19

The banking trade group is asking for an en banc rehearing of its field-of-membership challenge before all 17 judges of the D.C. Court of Appeals.

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Warren lobbying tax could hit banking industry hard

10/02/19

Large financial institutions and trade groups are among the organizations targeted in the Democrat’s latest proposal to rein in corporate influence in Washington.

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ABA steps up efforts to delay controversial accounting standard

09/17/19

The association filed a comment letter urging FASB to delay CECL implementation for all banks, while asking a key accounting group to support its effort.

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Is multiple choice the right way to go on cybersecurity standards?

09/16/19

Regulators are letting banks choose from among four security frameworks, but some observers are urging a more prescriptive approach.

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ICBA joins list of banking trade groups backing fintechs

08/27/19

Teslar Software, which supplies community banks with a platform to manage data from different internal systems, received $2 million from the Independent Community Bankers of America.

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Legal win has credit unions on defense again over redlining charges

08/26/19

Banks are expected to appeal last week’s field of membership ruling, but credit unions must also explain why part of their new rule doesn't discriminate.

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Appeals court upholds most of credit union membership rule

08/20/19

A panel of federal appeals court judges reversed a district court’s decision on the NCUA’s controversial field-of-membership rule, but saw merit in bankers’ claims of potential redlining.

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