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Friday, December 28, 2012

The Week Ahead: December 31 - January 4

Monday
  • CFTC’s Temporary DFA Swaps Provisions Relief Expires. Read more.
  • FDIC TAG Program Ends. Read more.
  • Savings Associations Report of Condition on Foreign Branch Report.
Tuesday
  • Final Rule CFPB/Federal Reserve: Regulation M Official Interpretation. Read more.
  • Final Rule Effective CFPB/Federal Reserve: Regulation Z Official Interpretation. Read more.
  • Final Rule FDIC: Investment Grade Definition. Read more.
  • Final Rule OCC: Credit Rating Alternatives. Read more.
  • Joint Final Rule: Market Risk Capital. Read more.
Wednesday
  • Final Rule Effective CFPB: Supervision of Consumer Debt Collectors. Read more.
  • Final Rule Effective CFTC: Incorporating Swaps. Read more.
  • Final Rule Effective SEC: Clearing Agency Standards. Read more.
Friday
  • Comments Due OCC: Mutual Savings Association Advisory Committee. Read more.
All times in Eastern Standard Time. See future events on the Dodd-Frank Calendar.

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