Seeking to extend risk management to compliance exams, the Federal Reserve Board has adopted a new program that focuses more resources on banks that violate consumer protection laws.

The system, to be phased in next year, identifies two primary compliance risks, alters the examination schedule for small and large banks, and merges the compliance, Community Reinvestment Act, and fair-lending reviews into a single exam.

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