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Retailers Ask Congress To Please Not Roll Back Dodd-Frank Debit Card Reforms

Both the banking industry and conservative lawmakers are hoping that the incoming Trump administration will agree to repeal the 2010 Dodd-Frank Financial Reforms, but many in the retail world are calling on Congress to retain at least the portion of the law involving debit card transactions. 511 more words

Retail Services

Complying with Regulatory Requirements: Staying on Top of the Changes

By: Christopher Cardace

The intent of the initial Markets in Financial Instruments and Derivatives (MiFID), implemented in 2007, was to control the way stocks, bonds, derivatives, and commodities were traded, cleared, and reported. 512 more words


Unfinished business: Banking in the shadows

Paul Volcker gets it. Will anyone listen?

Here’s what he wants Americans to know:

The main danger in the financial markets is not banks getting too big. 512 more words

Finding A Fix

Agencies Announce Determinations on October Resolution Plan Submissions of Five Systemically Important Domestic Banking Institutions

December 13, 2016

Washington – The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Federal Reserve Board on Tuesday announced that Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, JP Morgan Chase, and State Street adequately remediated deficiencies in their 2015 resolution plans. 596 more words


Nation: Trump Could Be Good for Real Estate

Inman News reported that Trump is interested in boosting homeownership, which bodes well for our industry. In particular, Trump has focused on deregulating the financial market in order to revive it. 64 more words

Gov't Affairs

What Just Happened? Post Mortem Election Analysis

For anyone that has been paying attention to polling data over the last few months, you have probably realized by now how wrong most projections were. 490 more words

Need to Fact-Check Your Data? We Can Help

By: David Craig

It seems with every new election season, there are more and more accusations of false statements and the call for immediate fact-checking. It’s hard to avoid – just turn on the television, look at your phone, or log on to your computer and you are inundated with messages telling you to check the facts. 313 more words