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Here’s why the Durbin repeal got pulled from House reg relief bill

Monday, January 1, 0001

A Dodd-Frank overhaul bill faced trouble in the House because lawmakers id not want to vote on a provision to repeal debit swipe fee limits.

Banks should share financial data — to avoid being forced to

Monday, January 1, 0001

Banks in the U.S. should get ahead of potential open banking regulation by building application programming interfaces now. A preemptive strategy will give banks more flexibility.

Hensarling drops Durbin repeal; Court hears CFPB challenge

Monday, January 1, 0001

House financial services committee head agrees to drop swipe-fee repeal in order to save Financial Choice Act; Federal appeals court appears skeptical about declaring agency's makeup unconstitutional.

Six insights from the FDIC's 1Q earnings scorecard

Monday, January 1, 0001

The FDIC's Quarterly Banking Profile was mostly good news for banks, showing higher profits and lower noncurrent loans, but loan growth remains a worry. Following is a detailed look at some of the insights into bank earnings.

Give credit unions carve-out from CFPB? NCUA says ‘yes’

Monday, January 1, 0001

In a rare move, the credit union regulator is asking the CFPB for exemptions for credit unions from expanded HMDA requirements and unfair and deceptive acts authority.

Trump budget gives small banks ammo against credit union tax exemption

Monday, January 1, 0001

The Treasury Department significantly raised an estimate for how much the exemption will cost the government over the next decade, giving bankers some hope that their complaints are finally being heard.

What Fifth Third is doing to retain moms

Monday, January 1, 0001

New mothers were bailing out from the Cincinnati bank at twice the rate of other women employees, so it decided to offer a maternity concierge service that would help them with stressful chores.

BBVA and B of A move to make data sharing safer, less painful

Monday, January 1, 0001

The Spanish bank is opening its APIs to outside developers as Bank of America tests a new data-sharing model with aggregators.

Mixed signals on CFPB constitutionality from appeals court justices

Monday, January 1, 0001

Appeals court justices appeared divided on whether the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is constitutional during oral arguments in the PHH v. CFPB case on Wednesday.

Scrap screen scraping? Europe's finding it's not that simple

Monday, January 1, 0001

Europe is debating whether to ban screen scraping, a practice that fintechs count on as a last resort. Innovation is at stake.

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