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Friday, July 21, 2017

Agencies Update Rulemaking Schedules for 2017

The federal banking agencies updated their rulemaking agendas for the remainder of 2017 and into 2018. The agendas are current as of this past spring and include certain information that is out of date.

According to the schedules, the CFPB expects to issue a final rule on reconciling race and ethnicity data collection under Regulations B and C in October and to issue a notice of proposed rulemaking on third-party debt collection around September and to complete its review of comments on its small-dollar lending proposal this summer. The agenda also indicates that the CFPB is in the "pre-rule activities" stage on overdrafts and business lending data.

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network expects to issue an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking this month to collect information on businesses and professions involved in real estate closings to determine if they should be subject to requirements under the Bank Secrecy Act. The Federal Reserve, FDIC, and OCC are considering rulemaking to update Community Reinvestment Act regulations. The banking agencies expect to issue a final rule in December to implement the Biggert-Waters Act provisions on private flood insurance. 

View the agendas


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I suppose that the Financial Crimes Network will include norms that will more accurately collect information about enterprises in the real estate market. I have recently conducted a small investigation on economic crimes, and I believe that this should be regulated by a single authority. I'm a writer who provides a cheap essay writing service, I can assume that the main emphasis will be on analytical work, it would not pressure on the real estate business and be knocking out financial resources to fulfill budget plans.

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