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Donald Trump was sworn in Friday, but banking industry executives have spent the last two months envisioning a vastly different political, economic and regulatory climate. The dominant question in coming months will be how realistic those expectations are.

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Credit union loophole should be first casualty in tax reform

As President-elect Trump and the new Congress proceed on tax reform, there is one exemption in particular that needs to be closed, shut and buried.

Women in banking: Pay equality trouble at JPMorgan; Maria Vullo slams OCC fintech charter

As JPMorgan Chase and Oracle face lawsuits from the Labor Department over their allegedly discriminatory pay practices, Sallie Krawcheck talks about how the key to closing the equality gap is financial equality, and U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney suggests the new administration make the gender pay gap a top priority. Also, Sen. Elizabeth Warren readies for war at Steven Mnuchin's confirmation hearing, Mary Jo White reflects on her time as SEC chair and New York Financial Services Superintendent Maria Vullo slams the OCC's fintech charter plan.

Regulators risk doing more harm than good with cyber rules

It should surprise no one that the cybersecurity rules regulators are drafting are simplistic and written in one size to fit all.
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    This report aims to explore banks’ current practices as they relate to cross-selling.
  • Fintech 2017: Shifting Budgets and Priorities

    SourceMedia Research surveyed executives to assess their plans for overall spending and delve into the opportunities and risks that bankers are seeking to address with their 2017 budgets.
  • Blockchains in Action

    In this report, we analyze the nascent use cases of financial institutions experimenting with distributed database technology, one of the most talked-about innovations in financial services.
  • Open APIs: A Banker's Guide

    Drawing on a proprietary survey of banking executives, this paper explains where the industry sees the most potential for open APIs to enable innovation and improve security, the degree to which banks have adopted the technology and the reasons many remain reluctant to do so.
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