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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Freddie Mac Reports on Weak, but Stabilizing, Housing Market

July 22 – Freddie Mac released its updated Multi-Indicator Market Index showing the U.S. housing market continuing to slowly stabilize with three additional metro areas entering their outer range of stable housing activity: Stockton, California; Madison, Wisconsin; and Miami, Florida. Continue reading “Freddie Mac Reports on Weak, but Stabilizing, Housing Market” »

U.S. Housing Markets Strengthen

June 24 – Freddie Mac has released its updated Multi-Indicator Market Index (MiMi) showing the U.S. housing market continuing to stabilize with the strongest markets realizing the greatest benefits from a spring home-buying season in full swing.

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American Banker and BAI Kick Off FinTech Forward 2015

May 18 – American Banker and BAI have announced the call for nominations for the 2015 FinTech Forward rankings. Through the strategic alliance of American Banker and BAI, FinTech Forward reaches banking’s largest, most influential and most engaged community of executives and technology leaders.

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Sizing Up Liquidity

Analyzing the decision to maintain a right-sized liquidity position

By Brett Patten, Vice President, Financial Institutions Group, BOSC, Inc.

When are rates going up? This has become the most frequently asked question we hear second only to our kids asking “Are we there yet?” Since 2008, the expectations for “lift-off” of the Fed Funds rate has bounced around from 12 months from now, to six months from now, out to 18 months, back to 12 . . . you get the picture. But now, it seems, we truly are near the onset of lift-off sometime in the current calendar year. So it may seem an odd time to publish a piece with this title, but we really think it’s a topic which will have a meaningful impact on your institution’s results in the years to come.

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Freddie Mac: Majority of Housing Markets Improving

April 22 – Freddie Mac has released its updated Multi-Indicator Market Index — MiMi — showing the U.S. housing market continuing to stabilize and getting back on track heading into the spring homebuying season after a slight stumble last month. The latest release of MiMi now tracks the top 100 metro housing markets across the country. Of the top 100 metro areas, 60 percent are showing an improving three-month trend. Continue reading “Freddie Mac: Majority of Housing Markets Improving” »

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