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Victoria Finkle

Reporter

Victoria Finkle is American Banker's Capitol Hill reporter. She previously reported on consumer finance at the paper and before that wrote about environmental policy and regulation at Inside Washington Publishers.

Recent Stories From this Author

Congress Kicks Fed Dividend, Highway Bill Fight to September
July 30, 2015 The Senate approved a controversial bill to fund the country's highway spending Thursday, setting up a protracted fight for...

Rick Perry Channels Warren in 'Too Big to Fail' Speech
July 29, 2015 Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry laid out a sweeping financial reform agenda on Wednesday, suggesting he would force the biggest...

Senate Dems Introduce Credit Reporting Accuracy Bill
July 15, 2015 Senate Democrats unveiled a bill Wednesday that would require banks and debt buyers to ensure that a consumer's credit report...

Choke Point Lawyers Treated Lenders Properly: DOJ Probe
July 10, 2015 The Department of Justice's Office of Professional Responsibility said it found no support for allegations that federal...

Senators Unveil Marijuana Banking Bill
July 10, 2015 A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced the first Senate bill protecting banks involved with legal marijuana businesses.

Fed Official Suggests Link Between Rules and Liquidity Concerns
July 9, 2015 Federal Reserve Board Gov. Lael Brainard jumped into the debate over growing concerns about diminishing market liquidity,...

Warren Renews Legislation to Bring Back Glass-Steagall
July 8, 2015 A bipartisan group of lawmakers has reintroduced a bill reviving provisions of the Depression-era law that separated...

Dodd-Frank Battle Lines Intensify on Verge of Five-Year Mark
July 8, 2015 As Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew defended the legacy of the 2010 reform law, in another part of the capital a banker and...

Can the Credit Bureaus Finally Be Tamed?
July 7, 2015 Nearly 25 years after a landmark deal and two subsequent legislative overhauls, glitches in the credit reporting system remain...

Watchdog Asks CFPB to Tweak Coordination with Bank Regulators
July 2, 2015 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is generally coordinating with prudential regulators on supervisory issues to avoid...

Why the Battle Over Dodd-Frank Will Never End
July 1, 2015 In the aftermath of passage of a sweeping law like Dodd-Frank, sharp divisions are common. What's unusual is the way the...

'Take Your Lawmaker to Work' Puts New Twist on Lobbying for Reg Relief
June 25, 2015 In their ongoing quest to undo the most burdensome provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act, bankers invite lawmakers to spend a day...

Senate Democrats Press Regulators Over Racial Disparities in REO
June 24, 2015 Senate Democrats are urging regulators to investigate potential discrimination in how banks and other financial institutions...

Dodd-Frank Rules Not Impairing Market Liquidity: Treasury's Lew
June 17, 2015 Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew downplayed concerns by House Republicans Thursday that financial regulation is a key driver in...

House Panel Reopens Battle Over CFPB Funding
June 17, 2015 The House Appropriations Committee approved legislation Wednesday to subject the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to the...

House Introduces Bill to Delay NCUA Capital Proposal
June 15, 2015 House lawmakers plan to introduce a bill Monday to delay a controversial risk-based capital proposal for credit unions that...

Cybersecurity Push Falls Short in Senate
June 12, 2015 WASHINGTON A bipartisan cybersecurity bill backed by the financial industry failed to clear a key procedural hurdle Thursday...

Lawmakers Spar Over TRID 'Grace Period'
June 11, 2015 Several House lawmakers joined the call Thursday for a formal grace period for new mortgage disclosures that would go beyond...

Mortgage Lenders Continue Push for TRID 'Grace Period'
June 10, 2015 More than a dozen housing groups are urging lawmakers to pass legislation that would grant lenders a formal grace period for...

These Moderate Democrats Could Make or Break Reg Relief
June 5, 2015 With GOP and Democratic leaders far apart on respective visions for regulatory relief, the spotlight is even brighter on...