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Friday, July 20, 2012

The Week Ahead: July 23 - July 27

Monday
  • Final Rule Effective: CFTC & SEC Further Defining "Swaps" Terms. Read more.
  • FDIC Info Session New York: Basel III for Community Banks. Read more.
Tuesday
  • Comments Due CFPB: Procedural Rules to Supervise Nonbanks. Read more.
  • Hearing HFS: Consumer Credit Access Concerns. Read more.
  • Hearing HFS: DFA’s Insurance Regulations Impact. Read more.
  • Hearing Senate Banking Committee: Private Student Loans. Read more.
Wednesday
  • Hearing HFS: Annual Report of FSOC. Read more.
  • Hearing House Ag Committee: Oversight of Swaps and Futures Markets. Read more.
Thursday
  • FDIC Info Session Atlanta: Basel III for Community Banks. Read more.
  • FDIC Info Session Kansas City, MO: Basel III for Community Banks. Read more.
All times in Eastern Standard Time. See future events on the Dodd-Frank Calendar.  

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