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    2017, August

    Your Weekend Briefing: Hurricane Harvey Forces Texas Banks & CUs to Close Friday & Saturday
    Your Weekend Briefing: Hurricane Harvey Forces Texas Banks & CUs to Close Friday & Saturday

    iTod has rounded up some of the week's most interesting stories for your weekend digest, including:

    • Southeast Texas banks and credit unions began shuttering operations and ramping up emergency plans on Thursday in preparation for Hurricane Harvey
    • Whether the MLA credit card rules apply retroactively.

    • After 7 Months in Office, How's Trump Doing on Cybersecurity? (Video Analysis)

    • CFPB Issues Final HMDA Rule
    Your Weekend Briefing: Statute of Maggie Walker, First Black Woman Founder of Bank, Unveiled to Cheering Crowds
    Your Weekend Briefing: Statute of Maggie Walker, First Black Woman Founder of Bank, Unveiled to Cheering Crowds

    iTod has rounded up some of the week's most interesting stories for your weekend digest, including:

    • Don’t get burned by coming CDD rule: Exploring the enforcement implications of FinCEN’s new “fifth pillar”
    • Judge Robert Mariani announced last week that he found the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was within its authority to bring a case against Navient and that there is no unconstitutionality with how the Bureau behaved in bringing the case.
    • Breaking Down the TRID Fix: It's the Same with Affiliates, Only Different

     

     

    Wall Street & Gender Equality, TRID Updates, CFPB's Arbitration Rule: Your Weekend Briefing
    Wall Street & Gender Equality, TRID Updates, CFPB's Arbitration Rule: Your Weekend Briefing

    What happened in the U.S. banking industry last week? Highlights include:

    • The CFPB finalized updates to the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule (TRID)
    • JP Morgan's CEO opined that Wall Street outpaces Silicon Valley in terms of gender equality (... it's stil not much to brag about)
    • Senator Warren asked CEOs to wieigh in on CFPB's forced arbitration rule
    Texas man stuck in A.T.M. for 3 hours... & other bizarre banking news
    Texas man stuck in A.T.M. for 3 hours... & other bizarre banking news

    July was a weird month for the U.S. banking industry. We've rounded up highlights from last month with an emphasis on events that occurred last week. Enjoy a range of emotions - from shock to irritation to concern, and beyond! - this Sunday morning.