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GAO issues latest report on the COVID-19 pandemic
The GAO report, required under the CARES Act, offers federal agencies suggestions on improving their COVID-19 response programs—including the Paycheck Protection Program, eviction moratoriums...
California’s interest-on-escrow law preempted by HOLA for loans acquired by national bank
The Home Owners’ Loan Act applies to claims against a national bank when that bank has acquired a loan executed by a federal savings association.
OCC says banks, thrifts may engage in specified stablecoin-related activities
In an interpretative letter, the agency said that national banks and thrifts may receive deposits from stablecoin issuers, including deposits that constitute reserves for a stablecoin associated with...
Fed starts process to modernize its CRA framework
The Fed seeks comments on how to modernize its Community Reinvestment Act supervisory framework.
Fed releases hypothetical scenarios for upcoming round of additional stress tests
The scenarios will be used by the Fed to conduct its updated stress analyses that are being performed due to the continued uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well by the institutions to...