In This Issue:

- New Rule Will Require Banks to Provision for Bad Loans Earlier

- Four Years After Dodd-Frank, Law Still Unfinished

- Senate Panel to Review Borrowing of 'Too Big to Fail' Banks

- Community Banks Want Relief from Quarterly 'Call Reports'

- TRIA Amendment Requires Fed Board to Have Community Banker

- CFPB Takes on Complaints About Prepaid Cards

- Despite Legality, Banks Shunning Marijuana Business

- Excerpt from New Rule Will Require Banks to Provision for Bad Loans Earlier:

Banks must provision for souring loans much earlier than before under an international rule that will take effect in 2018, a decade after a global financial crisis the accounting reform seeks to stop. The collapse of Lehman Bros in 2008 highlighted how little capital banks held to cover a slump in the value of the assets on their books, forcing the public to bail out many lenders.

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Topics:  Banks, CFPB, Community Banks, Dodd-Frank, Federal Reserve, Loans, Marijuana, Prepaid Payment Products, Too Big to Fail, TRIA

Published In: Consumer Protection Updates, Finance & Banking Updates

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