Bank regulators update pandemic guidance as coronavirus cases grow
The agencies recommend steps banks should take to proactively prevent disruption of operations, minimize contact between staff and customers, and plan for how affected employees reenter the workplace, among other things.
CFPB sues Fifth Third for allegedly opening phony accounts
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says the Cincinnati bank engaged in aggressive sales practices and open bank and credit card accounts without consumers' authorization in order to meet sales targets.
OCC guidance on data sharing could stifle innovation, fintechs say
The agency's recent update to its guidelines for banks on working with data aggregators and other third parties was not extreme, but some critics say its heavy emphasis on security could be a setback for open banking.
The California Democrat known for sharp questioning of executives was turned down for a waiver to serve on the Financial Services Committee by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., The Hill reported Thursday.
Issued in the final days of the Trump administration, the regulation has united banks, gun-control advocates and environmentalists in opposition. It could be blocked by Congress or a comptroller chosen by the new president.