Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting (right) and FDIC Chairman Jelena McWilliams.
On some federal regulators indicating they could move separately if fellow agencies cannot jointly agree to reform the Community Reinvestment Act :

"Enough of this nonsense."

Related: Joint CRA plan is no sure thing, FDIC's McWilliams says
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On Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Kathy Kraninger taking a verbal beating from Democrats during a House Financial Services Committee hearing:

“The fact is elections DO matter. The person appointed by the president may make decisions counter to the career bureaucrats, who, at the CFPB are especially liberal."

Related: Dems unload on CFPB’s Kraninger: ‘You are absolutely worthless’
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On an upcoming Financial Services Committee hearing with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who will likely be quizzed on the proposed Libra coin:

“It will be interesting to review the concerns of regulators and address the impact reporting. Social media financials is definitely a step in innovation in a technological age.”

Related: Facebook's Zuckerberg to testify to House on Libra
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Another reader reacts to the upcoming hearing with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg:

“Mark will get throttled on this issue if and until he cuts a few healthy campaign contributions.”

Related: Facebook's Zuckerberg to testify to House on Libra
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On the CFPB giving financial institutions that originate few mortgages a little reprieve from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act:

"This added reprieve is helpful to small credit unions who might lose valued efforts in non-essential reporting for minimal lending. It will be interesting to see how this reporting break will come through data analysis."

Related: CFPB extends temporary HMDA relief for small institutions
Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif.
On Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif., gaining attention for her ferocity on the Financial Services Committee, particularly on consumer protection issues:

"Too many of our elected officials appear to rule rather than govern. ... Isn’t it possible to champion causes without losing the demeanor appropriate for a public servant?"

Related: The next Elizabeth Warren? How Katie Porter is shaking up House banking panel