Weekly Regulatory Deadlines | Aug 12 to Aug 18

SEC swears in Crenshaw, Peirce to fill commission for first time since 2018

Regulatory Notice 20-15 FINRA Amends Rules Governing its Membership Application Program to Incentivize Payment of Arbitration Awards Effective Date: September 14, 2020

FINRA | Securities | Notices

Registration and Compliance Requirements for Commodity Pool Operators and Commodity Trading Advisors: Prohibiting Exemptions on Behalf of Persons Subject to Certain Statutory Disqualifications

CFTC | Securities | Final Rule

Margin and Capital Requirements for Covered Swap Entities

FCA OCC FHFA FDIC FRS | Securities | Final Rule

Federal Home Loan Bank Housing Goals Amendments

FHFA | Mortgage Lending | Final Rule

Federal Interest Rate Authority

FDIC | Lending, Securities, Debt Collection | Final Rule

SEC swears in Crenshaw, Peirce to fill commission for first time since 2018

SEC swears in Crenshaw, Peirce to fill commission for first time since 2018
The Hill: Finance Policy 08/17/2020
Caroline Crenshaw was sworn in Monday as the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) second Democratic member, giving the five-person panel a full roster for the first time since 2018.Crenshaw, a former SEC attorney, began her five-year term...
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Postmaster general to testify before Senate committee on Friday

Postmaster general to testify before Senate committee on Friday
Congress 08/18/2020
Louis DeJoy is also scheduled to testify before the Democrat-led House Oversight and Reform Committee Aug. 24...
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Jack Ma's Ant Group to plan consumer finance firm

Jack Ma’s Ant Group to plan consumer finance firm
PaymentsSource 08/18/2020
Jack Ma’s Ant Group is planning to create a new consumer finance company to bolster its market share in the country’s fast growing online lending industry...
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‘I’m a budget nerd How new FHA chief is confronting pandemic

‘I’m a budget nerd’: How new FHA chief is confronting pandemic
American Banker 08/17/2020
Dana Wade is taking the reins of the Federal Housing Administration during an unsteady time for the mortgage market...
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The CFPB’s payday/auto title/high-rate installment loan rule: a look at the uncertain road ahead
Consumer Finance Monitor 08/13/2020
After we recap the 2017 final rule and its implications for industry, we discuss the CFPB’s actions to eliminate its ability-to-repay provisions but keep its payment provisions, possible use of the Congressional Review Act to restore the entire 2017 rule, status of the Texas litigation challenging the 2017 rule, potential impact of the 2020 presidential election, and our thoughts on preparing for the advent of the payment provisions...
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