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Fed, banking agencies, finalize tailoring of prudential standards
The Fed has tailored prudential regulatory standards by modifying the assessments imposed on large holding companies consistent with the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act.
Trump signs executive orders on regulatory transparency
The executive orders are to give public access to agencies’ guidance documents and to prohibit enforcement of rules that have not been made publicly known in advance.
Agencies finalize approval of Volcker Rule revisions
The federal financial regulatory agencies have finalized revisions to their Volcker Rule regulations, with the Fed voting to approve the final rule on Oct. 3, 2019.
House defends constitutionality of CFPB structure in amicus brief
A debt resolution firm has filed a reply brief to assert that it is the right case to challenge the constitutionality of the CFPB, in light of a second petition for certiorari on this same issue...
Rehearing of credit card truncation decision granted
The Eleventh Circuit will reconsider its decision that "an identifiable trifle" of an increased risk of identity theft constitutes a concrete injury for standing to sue.