Weekly Regulatory Deadlines | September 25 to October 01

How technology can save us from Big Brother

How technology can save us from Big Brother

How technology can save us from Big Brother

Source: TechCentral

Real Estate Appraisals

NCUA | Lending, Mortgage Lending | Final Rule

Capital, Margin, and Segregation Requirements for Security-Based Swap Dealers and Major Seecurity-Based Swap Participants and Capital and Segregation Requirements for Broker-Dealers

SEC | Securities | Final Rule

Project Approval for Single-Family Condominiums

HUD | Lending, Mortgage Lending | Final Rule

Changes to the Trademark Rules of Practice To Mandate Electronic Filing

PTO MN-CD | Privacy | Final Rule

Auditor Independence With Respect to Certain Loans or Debtor-Creditor Relationships

SEC | Mortgage Lending, Securities | Final Rule

How technology can save us from Big Brother

How technology can save us from Big Brother
TechCentral 09/30/2019
Information used to be a localised affair. Before the Internet, bank accounts were confined to physical ledgers in a filing cabinet and took so much work to copy that they rarely left the building…
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Wall Street higher ahead of manufacturing report

Wall Street higher ahead of manufacturing report
Reuters: Top News 10/01/2019
Gains in technology stocks lifted Wall Street’s three main indexes higher for the second straight session on Tuesday, while investors awaited manufacturing data for fresh signs of domestic demand in the world’s largest economy…
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Credit Suisse clears Thiam over spying scandal, as right-hand man resigns

Credit Suisse clears Thiam over spying scandal, as right-hand man resigns
Reuters: Top News 10/01/2019
Credit Suisse cleared CEO Tidjane Thiam of ordering a surveillance of former wealth management head Iqbal Khan, but said his right-hand man has resigned over the botched spying case that severely damaged the bank’s reputation…
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me-and-my-whistle-blower

Me and My Whistle -Blower
The New York Times 10/01/2019
One sunny Wednesday in February, a gangly man in a sports jacket and a partly unbuttoned paisley shirt walked into the Los Angeles field office of the F.B.I. At the reception desk, he gave his name — Val Broeksmit — and began to pace anxiously in the lobby…
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Google Draws House Antitrust Scrutiny of Internet Protocol

Google Draws House Antitrust Scrutiny of Internet Protocol
The Wall Street Journal 09/29/2019
Congressional antitrust investigators are scrutinizing plans by Google to use a new internet protocol because of concerns that it could give the company a competitive advantage by making it harder for others to access consumer data…
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