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FDIC and OCC Extend Comment Period for Proposed Changes to the Community Reinvestment Act Regulations

On Feb. 19, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (collectively, the “Agencies”) announced an extension of the public comment period on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to amend the regulations implementing the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). The Agencies announced they are extending the public comment deadline to … Continue Reading

OCC Lays Groundwork for National Fintech Charters

Recently, the OCC has begun to lay the groundwork for future national fintech charters, relying on an existing federal law which grants the OCC receivership powers over non-depositary financial institutions, which would permit the OCC to grant charters to fintech companies without their having to obtain insurance from the FDIC. In a release issued on … Continue Reading

Wendy Li to Speak at the Annual Saratoga Institute on Equine, Racing & Gaming Law Conference

Wendy Li, shareholder of Greenberg Traurig, will be speaking at the 15th Annual Saratoga Institute on Equine, Racing & Gaming Law Conference at Saratoga Springs, New York from August 11-12. The annual program organized by the Government Law Center of Albany Law School, is dedicated to exploring the legal and public policy implications of racing … Continue Reading

Nevada Supreme Court Clarifies That ‘Consideration Paid’ by Successor Note-Holders Can Limit Recovery in Deficiency Actions

After the Nevada Supreme Court issued a 5-2 decision in Sandpointe Apartments v. Eighth Judicial Dist. Ct., which found that 2011 amendments modifying Nevada’s anti-deficiency protections created limitations on the amount a note-purchaser could recover as part of a deficiency judgment, several constitutional issues remained undetermined regarding loans acquired from the FDIC-as-receiver for failed banks. … Continue Reading

AML Developments – FDIC Announces That It Will End Its Supervisory Trend of Expecting Regulated Institutions to ‘De-Risk’ Entire Categories of Customers

On Jan. 28, 2015, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in a Financial Institutions Letter (FIL) announced that it would, in effect, do an about-face on its supervisory expectation that banks strongly consider discontinuing the provision of financial services to entire categories of certain purportedly high-risk customers. These categories of customers included, to name a … Continue Reading
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