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Yellen to leave Fed when Powell is sworn in as Chair
Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet L. Yellen sent a letter to President Trump submitting her resignation as Member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System effective upon the swearing...
Senate Banking releases text of proposed bill
Members of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs have released the full text of a bill that includes regulatory reform in the financial services industry. The Economic...
Otting confirmed as Comptroller of the Currency
The Senate has confirmed the nomination of Joseph Otting as the next Comptroller of the Currency by a 54-43 vote. The vote was almost strictly on party lines, with only two Democrats voting...
Cordray to step down as CFPB director
Richard Cordray will resign his post as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau before the end of the month. In an email to CFPB staff announcing his departure, Cordray listed Bureau...
Senate regulatory reform proposal draws praise and criticism
Senate Banking Committee members and industry groups have weighed in with support and opposition to proposed legislation that would change the financial regulatory framework. Senate Banking Committee...