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    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. 

    10 Big Things in Banking This Week (Guess which Senator called Dodd-Frank a 'Dumpster Fire'.)
    10 Big Things in Banking This Week (Guess which Senator called Dodd-Frank a 'Dumpster Fire'.)

    What the heck has happened this week? Stay well-informed about the U.S. (and, sometimes, global) banking world each week with clear and concise summaries of important news articles from your favourite financial sources. 

    This Week... So Far: CFPB issues 2017 TILA-RESPA Rule
    This Week... So Far: CFPB issues 2017 TILA-RESPA Rule

    iTod has rounded up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world).

    Highlights this week include:

    • CFPB issues 2017 TILA-RESPA final rule and Executive Summary
    • CFPB says financial companies can no longer force customers to use arbitration to settle group disputes
    • FDIC Seeks Comment on Manual for Processing Deposit Insurance Applications

       

    Last Week... Today! Credit Score Changes in July, Bitcoin Bank Fraud, Senator Warren Backs Reg Relief for Small Banks
    Last Week... Today! Credit Score Changes in July, Bitcoin Bank Fraud, Senator Warren Backs Reg Relief for Small Banks

    Each week iTod rounds up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world) so you needn't bother. 

    Highlights from last week include:

    • Credit Score Changes in July
    • Bitcoin Case Defendant Says No Actual Loss to Victim Credit Unions
    • Senator Warren Backs Regulatory Relief for Small Banks
    • Customer Outreach: New Scam Alert - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Does Not Need Bank Account Information!
    Last Week... Today! Fed Amends Reg CC, TransUnion Confuses Customers with Crooks, Veterans Frustrated with VA Debt Collections

    Each week iTod rounds up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world) so you needn't bother. 

    Highlights from last week include:

    • The Fed Amends Reg CC Part II: The Expeditious Return
    • TransUnion Confused Customers with Crooks, Jury Hears
    • Veterans Frustrated with VA's Debt Collection Process
    • If You Liked the Great Recession, You'll Love Donald Trump's Wall Street Reforms
    • Serial Bank Robber Shows His Face
    Last Week... Today! Instagram Used in Bank Fraud | Five Guys - FCRA Class Action | CFPB Director Threatened with Contempt Charges |
    Last Week... Today! Instagram Used in Bank Fraud | Five Guys - FCRA Class Action | CFPB Director Threatened with Contempt Charges |

    Each week iTod rounds up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world) so you needn't bother. 

    Highlights from last week include:

    • The House Passed the Biggest Bank Deregulation Bill in a Generation. 
    • CFPB Pushes Forward with Debt Collection Regulations. Proposal would update rules governing collections to include new technologies like cellphones and would make sure that debt collectors contact the correct consumers.
    • Five Guys Burgers Faces FCRA Class Action Suit Over Background Checks
    • CFPB Director Threatened with Contempt Charges
    • Customer Outreach Idea. Hold a Shredding Event to help prevent identity theft. 
    Last Week... Today!

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    Each week iTod rounds up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world) so you needn't bother. 

    Highlights from last week include:

    Last Week... Today! Bankers Are Outraged - CFPB Wants Business Lending Data & Small Banks are Disappearing

    Each week iTod rounds up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world) so you needn't bother. 

    Highlights from last week include:

      • Why Are Small Banks Disappearing? Op-Ed in L.A. Times
      • CFPB wants lenders to collect and report data on small business loans. 
      • Guitar teacher robbed banks because he owed money to criminals
      • International Cyber Criminals Sentenced in Mississippi
      • Top Ten States for Identity Theft 
    Last Week... Today! Banking's Most Wanted: Search for ''Foul Mouth Bandit'' Bank Robber, Chicago's Serial Bank Robber, & More!

    Each week iTod rounds up the latest financial news from across the United States (and, occasionally, from around the world) so you needn't bother. 

    Highlights from last week include:

    • Portland Police are looking for a bank robber nicknamed the "foul mouth bandit," who is suspected of robbing four banks in April.
    • Hawaiian authorities are looking for Tori Samiere, who is wanted on a $50,000 warrant for not following the terms of probation. She was initially arrested for identity theft, fraudulent use of a credit card, and theft.
    • The FBI are searching for a Chicago man who robbed three banks in five days.
    • U.S. Supreme Court held that a debt collector’s filing of a time-barred proof of claim in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding is not “false,” “deceptive,” “misleading,” “unfair,” or “unconscionable” within the meaning of the FDCPA
    • CFPB released a report whose findings include that the most high-risk student loan borrowers aren’t being enrolled in affordable repayment plans and are, therefore, having difficulties making payments on time