WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Tuesday that institutions with fewer than 100 remittances a year are exempt from a requirement that providers of international money transfers provide upfront fee disclosures.

The bureau's final rule, which updated an earlier regulation on remittances, appeared aimed at soothing concerns by community banks and other small institutions that the fee requirements unduly harmed low-volume providers

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