Posts Tagged ‘Regulatory’

Caught up on the spin cycle?

Caught up on the spin cycle?

In today’s regulatory environment, it seems compliance officers are caught up in the endless cycle of self-monitoring and testing, responding to external audit requests from state/federal regulators, investors, and government agencies, managing internal [...]

The future of overdraft

The future of overdraft

Compliance risk has become one of the most significant ongoing concerns for financial institutions. Staying compliant is a constant battle and expense for everyone, and as the scope of regulatory focus continues to expand, it’[...]

Credit Union advocacy encouraged during Congress’ break

The Senate and House of Representatives are in their home districts and states this week and the House will remain out next week as well. During this time, NAFCU is encouraging its members to reach [...]

The bankers are right

The bankers are right

by: Henry Meier If Nixon can go to China, then I can darn well compliment the American Bankers’ Association when it makes a good point. That is what I am doing today.  Besides, if the [...]

Three Steps to Successful New Product Implementation

by. Jeff Falk With the regulatory environment under constant flux and change, and of course security concerns bubbling at the surface of every consumer survey on mobile banking, it’s understandable that many financial institutions ([...]

CFPB Rule Removes Credit Card Fee Prohibition

The CFPB on Friday finalized a rule that removes the regulatory prohibition against charging fees prior to the opening of a consumer's new credit card account. The CFPB’s final rule revises a Regulation Z [...]

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