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Headlines for December 01, 2016


Community Banker of the Year: Sussex Bancorp's Anthony Labozzetta

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Higher Rates May Renew Banks' Interest in Mortgage Servicing Rights

Foreign Core Vendors See APIs as Way into U.S. Banks

When Loan Concentration Might Be a Good Thing

GOP Battle Looms as Mnuchin Seeks to Reprivatize Fannie, Freddie

Why Banks May Be Happy for Their Small Slice of Subprime Auto Market

Regulators Cautiously Embrace Revisiting Post-Crisis Regs

Why a Tiny Bank Rebranded Itself to Focus More on Millennials

Security Must Be First Priority in Screen-Scraping Debate

Dumping Dodd-Frank Could Restore Executive Accountability

Trump Seeking Ambitious Changes to Dodd-Frank, Allison Says

CIT Names Calif. Consumer Banking President

Heritage Oaks Freed from BSA-Related Consent Order

Trump's Treasury Pick Says GSEs Must Return to Private Sector

R3 Makes Code for Financial Agreements Platform Open Source

Goldman Sachs Reveals Technology Behind Marcus

Podcast
In this episode of Breaking Banks: American Banker's Innovator of the Year, John Hope Bryant of Operation Hope; Richard Brown and Charley Cooper of the blockchain consortium R3; and Ravi Srinivasan, who describes India's drastic move to stamp out cash.