Weekly Regulatory Deadlines | October 16 to October 22

Anti Money Laundering Laws Apply to Crypto Too, says FinCEN Chief

Anti Money Laundering Laws Apply to Crypto Too, Says FinCEN Chief

Anti Money Laundering Laws Apply to Crypto Too, says FinCEN Chief

Source: Cointelegraph

EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Modernization

DHS | Mortgage Lending, Securities | Final Rule

Real Estate Appraisals

NCUA | Lending, Mortgage Lending | Final Rule

Certain Swap Data Repository and Data Reporting Requirements; Extension of Comment Period

CFTC | Securities | Proposed Rule

Solvency II: Supervisory approval for the volatility adjustment - Consultation Paper 11/15

UK-PRA | Securities | Consultation paper

Implementing the Financial Policy Committee's recommendation on loan to income ratios in mortgage lending - Consultation Paper 11/14

UK-PRA | Lending, Mortgage Lending | Consultation paper

Anti Money Laundering Laws Apply to Crypto Too, says FinCEN Chief

Anti-Money Laundering Laws Apply to Crypto Too, Says FinCEN Chief
CoinTelegraph 10/21/2019
The United States Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) Director Kenneth Blanco spoke at the University of Georgetown where he made it clear that Anti-Money Laundering (AML) laws apply to everyone...
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Facebook's Marcus Says China Wins with Digital Renminbi if US Nixes Libra
CoinDesk 10/22/2019
David Marcus, who leads the Libra project, said China will create a digital currency system that could be entirely out of reach for U.S. authorities....
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Fed Signals a Rate Cut Remains Possible, Despite Glimmers of Economic Hope

Fed Signals a Rate Cut Remains Possible, Despite Glimmers of Economic Hope
The New York Times 10/18/2019
A Brexit deal looks possible and China trade tensions eased slightly. That probably will not stop the Federal Reserve from cutting rates again this month...
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Forty-six attorneys general have joined a New York-led antitrust investigation of Facebook

Forty-six attorneys general have joined a New York-led antitrust investigation into Facebook
The Washington Post 10/22/2019
Forty-six attorneys general have joined a New York-led antitrust investigation of Facebook, officials announced Tuesday, raising the stakes in a sweeping bipartisan probe of the tech giant that could result in massive changes to its business practices...
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SoftBank to Take Control of WeWork

SoftBank to Take Control of WeWork
The Wall Street Journal 10/22/2019
SoftBank Group Corp. said it agreed to take a majority stake in WeWork after securing a deal that could hand co-founder Adam Neumann a nearly $1.7 billion windfall and sever most of his ties with the troubled office-space startup...
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