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Bridging the Week - January 2015 #4

Swiss Franc-Euro Decoupling Spurs Worldwide Legal and Regulatory Fallout - Following the unexpected decoupling by the Swiss National Bank (SNB) of the Swiss franc-Euro exchange rate on January 15; the subsequent...more

Financial Conduct Authority Announces Fines Against Banks For Foreign Exchange Practices

On November 12, the FCA announced that it was fining five banks for their foreign exchange practices. Specifically, ineffective controls at the banks allegedly allowed traders to strategize and manipulate exchange rates for...more

CFPB Subjects Large International Money Transmitters to Supervision

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) finalized its rulemaking defining larger participants in the international money transfer market. Companies that engage in at least one million international money transfers...more

CFPB Extends Remittance Transfer Rule Exception Until 2020

On August 22, the CFPB announced that it is amending Regulation E in order to extend a temporary exception that allows federally insured institutions to provide estimates rather than exact amounts when disclosing third-party...more

CFPB Extends Comment Deadline for Proposed Temporary Exemption to Remittance Rule

The CFPB extended the comment period on proposed revisions to its remittance transfer rule that were previously issued in April 2014. The comment period was set to expire on May 27, 2014, and will instead now end on June 6,...more

Global Investigation of Manipulation of Benchmark Foreign Exchange Rates Focuses on Chat Group of Top Bank Traders

Competition authorities around the world are investigating whether banks manipulated WM/Reuters rates, which are used as a benchmark for foreign exchange (“FX”) rates for trillions of dollars of investment transactions. ...more

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