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‘Absolutely devastating’ to small lenders: Lawmakers lay into CECL

WASHINGTON — House lawmakers mounted a bipartisan attack on a new accounting standard for loan losses that community banks and credit unions fear will be
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Gap between Democrats, GOP on bank regulation wide as ever

WASHINGTON — Nearly nine years after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act, Republican and Democratic lawmakers still live in alternative universes when it comes to
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Wells' appeasement, U.S. Bank whistleblower suit, BBVA’s U.S. chief: Top stories of the week

Wells Fargo creates unit to satisfy regulatory demands; U.S. Bank employee fired after blowing whistle on sales scheme, lawsuit says; what BBVA’s new U.S. CEO
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Congress should review BB&T-SunTrust deal before agencies rule: Waters

WASHINGTON — House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters, D-Calif., is calling on regulators to defer approval of the proposed merger between BB&T and SunTrust
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On climate risk, U.S. regulators at odds with global counterparts

Should banking regulators require banks they supervise to stress test their loan and investment portfolios for any risks associated with climate change? It’s a question
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6 takeaways from the Fed’s financial stability assessment

WASHINGTON — A Federal Reserve report released this week shows how financial markets’ desire for higher yields creates the potential for losses, although capital and
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The Fed’s Lael Brainard stands alone

WASHINGTON — When Federal Reserve Gov. Lael Brainard voted against a proposal in April 2018 to modify a key capital measure for the largest banks,