BankNews Feb. 2015

BankNews.com

Search Results: Calendar

Events Calendar

Mar 2015

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

FDIC Announces Official Launch of Regulatory Calendar for Community Banks

Dec 10 – As part of its FDIC Community Banking Initiatives, the FDIC has launched a draft online regulatory calendar to help community banks stay up-to-date on changes in federal banking laws, regulations and supervisory guidance. The FDIC requested feedback from the industry on ways to improve the calendar and has revised it based on a review of the comments received.

Continue reading “FDIC Announces Official Launch of Regulatory Calendar for Community Banks” »

FDIC Announces Regulatory Calendar for Community Banks

July 27 – As a part of its ongoing Community Bank Initiatives, the FDIC is developing a regulatory calendar to help community banks stay up-to-date on changes in federal banking laws, regulations and supervisory guidance. The calendar will summarize regulatory developments and highlight key dates to facilitate industry comment and compliance. A draft of the calendar is available on the FDIC website.

Continue reading “FDIC Announces Regulatory Calendar for Community Banks” »

Mark Your Calendars: Teach Children to Save Day, April 21

March 16 – This year the ABA Education Foundation is calling on bankers to accept the Million Child Challenge and reach 1 million students with a Teach Children to Save lesson. Teach Children to Save Day is set for April 21, but bankers can participate throughout 2009 to be included in the Million Child Challenge.  Later in April, the foundation will announce a way consumers can join the challenge online.

Continue reading “Mark Your Calendars: Teach Children to Save Day, April 21” »

Treasury makes adjustments to the auction calendar

Oct 6 – To address the increased funding needs posed by the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act and consistent with our operating principle of transparency, Treasury is announcing that it will be making adjustments to the auction calendar.

Continue reading “Treasury makes adjustments to the auction calendar” »

Positive Momentum in the Housing Market Stumbles

March 25 – Freddie Mac has released its updated Multi-Indicator Market Index (MiMi) showing that the U.S. housing market experienced some winter doldrums. While an improving labor market and attractive mortgage rates continue to promise a strong spring homebuying season, housing market stability stumbled a bit due to the cold winter and a softening of economic growth. The slight decline in the national MiMi value this month is broad-based, and not concentrated in a handful of state or metro markets.

Continue reading “Positive Momentum in the Housing Market Stumbles” »

CFPB Complaint Database to Feature ‘Personal Narratives’

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is finalizing a policy to enable consumers to publicly voice their complaints about consumer financial products and services using the CFPB’s public-facing Consumer Complaint Database. The CFPB says it is also publishing a Request for Information seeking public input on ways to highlight positive consumer experiences, such as by receiving consumer compliments.    Continue reading “CFPB Complaint Database to Feature ‘Personal Narratives’” »

Bank of America Provides Estimates From 2015 Stress Test Results

March 6 – Bank of America has released the results of its 2015 stress test. Under the Dodd-Frank Act, systemically important institutions are required to conduct an annual stress test and publish the results.

Continue reading “Bank of America Provides Estimates From 2015 Stress Test Results” »

Seeking Alpha: Kick It Up a Notch?

By Jeff Goble

In the first quarter of each new year, we have frequently reviewed the performance of the bank bond portfolios for the previous calendar year in the 500-bank UMB Peer Group, which is very similar to the results in the Uniform Bank Performance Report. Let’s look at how bank bond portfolios performed last year in the midst of unusual global economic conditions, and then, as chef Emeril Lagasse often says, “Kick it up a notch” in terms of analysis.

Continue reading “Seeking Alpha: Kick It Up a Notch?” »

ICBA Applauds CFPB for Proposing ICBA-Advocated Changes to Qualified Mortgage Rules

January 30 – The Independent Community Bankers of America has applauded the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for proposing ICBA-advocated changes to its regulations on residential mortgage loans. The changes, which follow this week’s release of ICBA’s 2014 Community Bank Lending Survey, will allow community banks greater flexibility under Qualified Mortgage rules to meet the mortgage credit needs of their customers.

Continue reading “ICBA Applauds CFPB for Proposing ICBA-Advocated Changes to Qualified Mortgage Rules” »

Kryptronic Internet Software Solutions