Dodd-Frank

CFPB sets stage for long fight on data-sharing rule

11/12/20

As it attempts to craft policy on access to consumers’ financial account information, the agency is wading into a battle between those who want data to flow more freely and those who prioritize security.

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ABA names Pinder as new general counsel

11/05/20

Thomas Pinder held jobs at the Justice Department and FDIC before coming to the American Bankers Association in 2012.

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Fed aims to give less complex banks relief in capital planning rule

09/30/20

The central bank issued a proposal aligning recent stress testing changes with supervisory standards that are tailored to an institution's size and complexity.

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CFPB data collection rule could exempt smallest small-business lenders

09/15/20

The agency finally detailed how it may implement congressional requirements to collect information on credit to small businesses. Lenders below certain asset thresholds and that make few business loans could be off the hook.

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FDIC holds line on bank fees despite sharp deposit growth

09/15/20

The agency’s insurance fund dipped below its statutory minimum last quarter thanks to the rapid rise in deposits, but officials say it should bounce back without a hike in premiums.

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CFPB to release outline on small-business data rule

09/14/20

The bureau will detail how it will implement a Dodd-Frank Act provision requiring the agency to collect information on small-business lending in order to identify discrimination.

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FDIC to discuss fund restoration plan next week

09/09/20

A pandemic-driven surge in bank deposits helped drive the agency's insurance reserves below their statutory minimum.

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PPP lenders nearing $10B asset mark fear regulatory nightmare

09/03/20

Several community banks are warning Congress that their participation in the Paycheck Protection Program could cause them to cross a threshold that may lead to, among other things, supervision by the CFPB and a cap on interchange fees.

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Will pandemic compel Congress to ease bank capital requirements?

08/03/20

Lawmakers don't appear ready to relax requirements yet, but they may do so in future legislation in hopes of spurring more bank lending.

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CFPB chief welcomes GOP focus on restructuring of agency

07/30/20

Kathy Kraninger told the House Financial Services Committee that she supports proposed action to revamp the bureau's leadership framework following a major Supreme Court decision.

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