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Deutsche Bank’s ties to Trump dominate hearing on AML reform

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WASHINGTON — Deutsche Bank’s alleged failure to submit suspicious activity reports on transactions by companies associated with President Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner loomed over
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'A bunch of disrespectful windbags': Comments of the week

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Readers consider a Senate Banking Committee investigation into Facebook’s use of consumer data, weigh the value of the CFPB’s complaints database, debate legislation that would
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Gap between Democrats, GOP on bank regulation wide as ever

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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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Brown to regulators: Be ready to discuss leveraged loans at hearing

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WASHINGTON — Banking regulators testifying in Congress this week must provide details on leveraged lending risks after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin failed to “substantively” address
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Is Senate Banking’s Facebook inquiry the start of something big?

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The Senate Banking Committee has its sights on Facebook. A recent two-page letter from Sens. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, and Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, directed at Facebook
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Crapo, Brown probe Facebook over financial data collection

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WASHINGTON — The leaders of the Senate Banking Committee are probing Facebook on its data collection and how it shares the information with financial firms
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Calabria’s ambitious FHFA agenda (it’s not just housing finance reform)

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New FHFA Director Mark Calabria isn’t just charting a future for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but also fixing problems resulting from the “Qualified Mortgage”
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FDIC must have full board to rule on BB&T-SunTrust: Sherrod Brown

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WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. must have a “full five-member” board in place in order the consider the proposed merger between BB&T and
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Sherrod Brown calls for hearing on megabank enforcement actions

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WASHINGTON — The top Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee called on the panel’s chairman to hold a hearing examining misconduct by the largest U.S.
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Choke Point epilogue: Are banks free to refuse service?

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WASHINGTON — The battle lines drawn over federal efforts to restrict bank relationships with politically risky industries used to be clear cut. Not anymore. For
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Senators request details from Trump’s Fed pick on unpaid taxes

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WASHINGTON — Sens. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., pressed Stephen Moore, a presumed nominee for the Federal Reserve Board, for information on his