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Regulatory Deadlines
Unprocessed Election into the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program
Rule effective Oct. 18 VA | FCPA/ABAC, BSA/AML, Consumer Lending | Notice
Pay Versus Performance
Rule effective Oct. 11 SEC | FCPA/ABAC, BSA/AML, Consumer Lending | Rule
Whistleblower Program Rules
Rule effective Oct. 03 SEC | FCPA/ABAC, BSA/AML, Consumer Lending | Rule
Regulatory Notice 22-13 Exemption From Trade Reporting Obligation for Certain Transactions on Alternative Trading Systems Effective Date: October 3, 2022
Rule effective Oct. 03 FINRA | FCPA/ABAC, BSA/AML, Consumer Lending | Notice
Cost-Based and Inter-Agency Billing Rates for Medical Care or Services Provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs for Fiscal Year 2023
Rule effective Oct. 01 VA | FCPA/ABAC, BSA/AML, Consumer Lending | Notice
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DOJ Issues Report on Digital Asset Law Enforcement Seeking Expansive New Powers, and Launches New Crypto Prosecutor Network

Ballard Spahr 09/19/2022
We focus here on the regulatory and legislative recommendations of the Report, which seek to expand significantly the ability of the DOJ to investigate and prosecute offenses involving digital assets…
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Bank Agencies’ Climate Test Plans Face Uncertainties, Murky Data

Bloomberg Law 09/19/2022
Federal bank regulators are facing data gaps, speculation and inexactitude as they gear up for their unprecedented plans to review banks’ preparedness for climate change…
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From White House, a Clear Call for Tighter Crypto Controls

Pymnts 09/18/2022
It’s hard not to come to that conclusion when looking over the trio of reports it released on Sept. 16, and especially the Fact Sheet the White House put out announcing its goals for the first major responses to the president’s executive…
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CFPB plans rule next year to toughen caps on credit card late fees

American Banker 09/19/2022
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plans to issue a rule next year to address whether credit card late fees are set at reasonable levels and if they should continue to be pegged to inflation…
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“Pay Versus Performance” Rule Increase Disclosure Obligations for Public Firms

Harvard 09/18/2022
On August 25, 2022, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC) issued final rules on the “pay versus performance” disclosure. These rules, which were in process for over seven years, dramatically expand the information that public companies…
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