ELECTRONIC BANKING: The OCC this summer plans to release risk- management guidelines on banking by personal computer. Meanwhile, the Exam Council expects to issue shortly consumer protection guidelines for electronic banking.
LENDING DISCLOSURES: The Fed and the Department of Housing and Urban Development plan to issue a legislative proposal detailing how Congress should overhaul the disclosures required by the Truth-in-Lending and Real Estate Settlement Procedures acts.
MONEY LAUNDERING: Regulators are expected to propose long-delayed rules governing how federal financial institutions verify the identity of their customers. Regulators have been working on draft "know-your-customer" rules, which are meant to deter money launderers, since May 1996.
OP-SUB ACTIVITIES: The OCC is expected to act on applications filed by NationsBank Corp. to establish real estate development and lease financing operating subsidiaries. Comments were due in May 1997.
ELECTRONIC BENEFITS: Within the next several weeks, the Treasury will release for public comment the key attributes of government-sponsored accounts for federal benefits recipients without bank accounts. The accounts are part of the agency's effort to make most federal government payments electronically by 1999.
FAIR CREDIT REPORTING: Banking regulators are expected to issue guidance soon to clarify when examiners may conduct reviews for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.