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Agencies Propose Incentive Compensation Rules for Financial Institutions

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed new restrictions...more

UK Financial Regulatory Developments - June 2016 #9

OCC upholds complaint about misinformation for third party insurer complaints - OCC has published a decision partially upholding a complaint relating to FCA’s rules for third party insurers. The complaint highlighted...more

The Financial Report - Volume 5, No. 11 • June 2016 (Global)

Discussion and Analysis - A few years ago, David Blass, then Chief Counsel of the SEC’s Division of Trading and Markets, created a stir when he said in a speech that private fund advisers should be concerned about some...more

UK Financial Regulatory Developments - June 2016 #1

Insurance Europe reiterates PRIIPSs concerns - Insurance Europe has published a paper articulating its detailed concerns over the RTS produced by the European Supervisory Authorities in support of the Key Information...more

OCC Imposes $70 Million Fine Against National Bank for Allegedly Violating Mortgage Servicing Consent Order

On May 25, the Office of the Comptroller of Currency (OCC) entered a consent order with a national bank stemming from allegations that the bank violated a 2011 consent order concerning its mortgage servicing related...more

US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Issues Bulletin Regarding Compliance with Compliance with Securities and Exchange...

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency issued a bulletin to highlight actions that national banks and federal savings associations should take and factors that banks should consider based on the US Securities and...more

Interagency Guidance Issued Regarding Deposit Reconciliation Practices

Federal banking agencies have advised financial institutions to adopt deposit reconciliation policies and practices for customer accounts, and to effectively manage the institution’s deposit reconciliation practices to comply...more

Solicitor General/OCC Opine Madden Was Incorrectly Decided, But Recommend Denial of Supreme Court Review

In a widely anticipated brief requested by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Solicitor General and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) have expressed the view of the United States that the Court should deny the...more

Financial Services Weekly News - May 2016 #4

Breaking News - Solicitor General Files Brief in Madden v. Midland Funding - On May 24, the U.S Solicitor General (SG) filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court (the Court) in the matter of Madden v. Midland...more

Case Update: Midland Funding v. Madden: The Solicitor General Brief Could Be a Game Changer

In response to a request of the U.S. Supreme Court (discussed here), the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office on Tuesday filed a brief with the Court expressing the U.S. Government’s views on the merits of the claims brought in...more

Penny Proof for Deposits: Federal Banking Regulators Issue Interagency Guidance Regarding Deposit Reconciliation Practices

On May 18, 2016, five federal banking agencies—the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (“Board”), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”), the...more

Regulators Issue New Guidance on Expectations of Deposit Reconciliations: Beware of the UDAAP Implications

In response to a recent consent order against a depository institution and several other examinations of major banks, five federal financial regulators have issued an inter-agency guidance ensuring that depository...more

Banking Agencies Issue Deposit-Reconciliation Best Practices

Five federal regulators on Wednesday – the FDIC, the Fed, CFPB, NCUA, and OCC – issued an interagency guidance applicable to all FDIC-supervised financial institutions describing expectations for effective...more

Bank Regulators Revive Restrictions on Incentive-Based Compensation

Financial regulators have proposed new rules limiting the incentive pay of employees and other service providers at financial institutions. The Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 prohibits incentive compensation that encourages...more

Financial Regulators Explain Their Expectations for Deposit Reconciliation

This week, the Federal Reserve Board, CFPB, FDIC, NCUA and OCC issued guidance regarding the agencies' supervisory expectations for deposit reconciliation on consumer accounts. The agencies summarized their observations on...more

CFPB issues guidance on deposit reconciliation practices

The CFPB and four other agencies have issued “Interagency Guidance Regarding Deposit Reconciliation Practices.”  The other agencies are the OCC, Fed, FDIC, and NCUA.  The guidance is intended to set forth the agencies’...more

Financial Services Weekly News - May 2016 #3

Regulatory Developments - SEC Publishes Small Entity Compliance Guide for Crowdfunding - On May 13, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published a small entity compliance guide for companies wishing to...more

OCC to hold forum on financial innovation

In his April 2016 appearance before the Senate Banking Committee, Director Cordray made clear that FinTech companies are on the CFPB’s radar screen. In particular, he indicated that while FinTech companies should not have an...more

US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Releases Mid-Cycle Status Report

The US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency released a mid-cycle status report on key actions that it has taken to date pursuant to its Committee on Bank Supervision’s annual operating plan for the fiscal year that...more

New Proposed Rules on Curbing Wall Street Incentive Compensation

Six federal agencies (the "Agencies") consisting of: the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC"), National Credit Union Administration ("NCUA"), Federal Housing Finance Agency ("FHFA"), Office of the Comptroller of the...more

The OCC’s Request for Comments and Discussion on the Future of Fintech Regulation

U.S.-based digital banking startups have raised more than $10 billion since 2010, and investment in financial technology (“fintech”) companies has surpassed $24 billion worldwide. These firms are attempting to disrupt the...more

Financial Services Weekly News - May 2016 #2

Regulatory Developments - Client Alert: CFPB Proposes Rules Prohibiting Class-Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements - On May 5, the CFPB issued long-expected proposed rules that will drastically limit the use of...more

Agencies Propose Net Stable Funding Ratio Rule

On May 3, 2016, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Reserve and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency proposed a rule, the net stable funding ratio (the “NSFR”), to strengthen banks by requiring...more

US Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and US Federal Deposit Insurance...

The US Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System approved a joint notice of proposed rulemaking to establish a net stable funding ratio in the US, in line with the framework previously established by the Basel...more

Fintech Regulation: Recent Developments And Innovations

The past few years have been boom times for financial technology (fintech), with investments in fintech companies rising from $1.8 billion in 2010 to $19 billion in 2015 according to one study. Will recent regulatory...more

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