The Washington Report | For the weekend June 6, 2014

The Washington Report | June 6, 2014

In this issue...


Safety & Soundness

  • BIS General Manager Discusses Financial Regulation,
    Complexity, and Innovation
  • Federal Bank Regulatory Agencies Seek Comment on Interagency
    Effort to Reduce Regulatory Burden
  • Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
    Passes Terrorism Risk Insurance Reauthorization Act
  • U.S. Senate Passes Bill to Adjust Capital Rule for Insurers
    under the Dodd-Frank Act Collins Amendment
  • U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial
    Services Holds Hearing on FSOC Designation Process

 Enterprise & Consumer Compliance

  • FTC Files Complaint Against Debt Relief Services Companies;
    FTC Settles Complaint Against Auto Lender; CFPB to Propose "Larger
    Participant" Rule for Auto Lenders Market
  • Student Lending is the Subject of Two U.S. Senate Committee

 Capital Markets & Investment Management

  • FINRA Makes Dark Pool Data Available to the Investing Public
  • SEC Chair Mary Jo White Discusses Plans to Enhance Equity
    Market Structure
  • CFTC Extends Time-Limited No-Action Letter on the
    Applicability of Transaction-Level Requirements in Certain Cross-Border
  • SEC Awards Payments to Two Whistleblowers Who Aided Agency
  • Timothy Massad Confirmed by U.S. Senate as CFTC Chairman
  • Enforcement Actions

 Recent Supervisory Actions

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