December 5 2020

Another Sheriff in Town? DoE’s Rule Makes it a De Facto Bank Regulator

Another Sheriff in Town? DoE’s Rule Makes it a De Facto Bank Regulator

The ABA blasts the Department of Education's final cash management rule as making student access to bank products and services worse, more expensive, and less convenient. Moreover, the rule imposes a burdensome layer of regulation that makes the DoE "a de facto bank regulator." TheĀ CBA is not happy about this, either, saying "it is hard to believe Congress ever intended the Department of Education to wield authority over banks." Here's what the DoE did. [10/28/15]

Risk Watch Plus Webinar 8: Complaint Management

Complaints: Why you shouldn’t shun them, but invite them! In this era of exploding complaint volume, this certificated webinar (see instructions in video for how to get your free certificate of completion) takes a look at the risks, evolution, and need for a management strategy to effectively deal with complaints. Before that, we cover what’s hot in compliance, as seen by the editors of Risk InboX. This week’s hot items: 1) HUD cancels Obama era Fair Housing rule; 2) “HMDA” for boards and management; and 3) CFPB has added a new dimension to its complaint database. Click here to watch now.

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