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Bank immune under Bank Secrecy Act for report filed in bad faith
A financial institution is immune from liability under the BSA for a SAR, even if the SAR was filed in bad faith or was filed for a malicious intent. There is no "good faith" requirement to...
Maryland A.G. settles with reverse mortgage servicer over illegal inspection fees
Reverse mortgage servicer Celink and the Maryland A.G. have reached a settlement that resolves allegations from the state that the servicer charged homeowners illegal inspection fees. After being...
FDIC board approves proposed tailoring of regulations for foreign banks
The FDIC Board approves proposals to tailor certain capital and resolution planning requirements for foreign banks.
Warren seeks answers from potential Fed nominees
Senator Elizabeth Warren has requested answers from two potential Fed nominees regarding statements they have made in the past that she asserted show a lack of understanding of the Fed’s role...
Fed adopts examination procedures for CFPB Prepaid Accounts Rule
The Fed adopted revised examination procedures for the CFPB’s Prepaid Accounts Rule, which went into effect April 1, 2019, incorporating amendments made to Reg. E and Reg. Z.