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What COVID-19 Can Teach Community Banks About Resilience During Economic and Social Uncertainty

Exemptions From the Proxy Rules for Proxy Voting Advice

SEC | Securities | Final Rule

Covered Broker-Dealer Provisions Under Title II of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

SEC FDIC | Broker-Dealer, Securities | Final Rule

Payday, Vehicle Title, and Certain High-Cost Installment Loans

CFPB | Lending, Deposits, Debt CollectionS | Final Rule

Agency Information Collection Activities Under OMB Review

CFTC | Securities | Notice

69V-40.0312 Application Procedure for Loan Originator License

FL-DFS | Mortgage Lending | Proposed Rule

What COVID-19 Can Teach Community Banks About Resilience During Economic and Social Uncertainty

What COVID-19 Can Teach Community Banks About Resilience During Economic and Social Uncertainty
ABA Banking Journal 10/05/2020
For community banks, the COVID-19 crisis has made it clear that resilience means being prepared to pivot during unanticipated disruptions. Even as circumstances change in unpredictable ways, banks must not only ensure operational continuity but also leverage potential opportunities as they arise...
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Fannie and Freddie Loans drive mortgage forbearance rate's

Preparing For Enhanced Enforcement Under Calif. 'Mini-CFPB'
Law360: Banking 09/28/2020
On Aug. 31, the California Legislature passed A.B. 1864, the California Consumer Protection Law. The law, largely pulled from Consumer Financial Protection Bureau-like agency in California with expanded regulatory, oversight and enforcement authority, California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who proposed the CCFPL in January, has until Sept 30, to sign or veto A. B. 1864...
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Activist bank investors run into an SEC roadblock

Activist bank investors run into an SEC roadblock
American Banker 10/04/2020
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently raised the bar for when activist shareholders can force votes on proposals at the annual meetings of public companies...
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Kroll Agrees to pay $2 million to settle allegations it broke credit-ratings rules

Kroll Agrees to Pay $2 Million to Settle Allegations It Broke Credit-Ratings Rules
The Wall Street Journal 09/29/2020
Kroll Bond Rating Agency Inc. agreed to pay $2 million in a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for violating rules designed to make credit ratings accurate...
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Report on U.S. credit markets and effects of COVID-19
BankersOnline.com 10/06/2020
The Securities and Exchange Commission has published a staff report titled "U.S. Credit Markets: Interconnectedness and the Effects of the COVID-19 Economic Shock," which focuses on the origination, distribution and secondary market flow of credit across U.S. credit markets...
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