• 03.20.17

    Curry in a Hurry: OCC Publishes Fintech Charter Standards

    A key banking regulator has published draft licensing standards that could fundamentally change how financial technology companies operate and are supervised in the United States.

  • 03.16.17

    Borrower Wins Key Victory in Madden v. Midland

    A federal judge has ruled that New York law—not Delaware law as the parties agreed in the initial loan agreement—applies to the defaulted borrower's claims and has certified a class action against the debt collector.

  • 03.03.17

    Borrower Wins Key Victory in Madden v. Midland

    A federal judge has ruled that New York law—not Delaware law as the parties agreed in the initial loan agreement—applies to the defaulted borrower's claims and has certified a class action against the debt collector.

  • 02.02.17

    Comments Reveal Mixed Reaction to OCC Fintech Charter

    As the comment period ended on the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's (OCC) proposal to establish a fintech charter, stakeholders weighed in on both sides of the idea.

  • 10.31.16

    SEC Eases Rules on Intrastate Crowdfunding

    On October 26 the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) unanimously adopted new and amended rules aimed at making it easier for companies to raise money from investors through intrastate and small offerings.

  • 10.24.16

    Growing Together: Collaboration Between Regional and Community Banks and Fintech

    Thousands of regional and community banks are turning to fintech in order to meet the needs of customers who demand services on their computers, tablets and phones, according to a new report by Manatt.

  • 08.04.16

    Overdraft Service Program Costs Bank $10M in CFPB Fine

    Overdraft services practices were the basis for a $10 million fine from the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB) in a recent action against a national bank operating primarily in the northeast.

  • 07.21.16

    Network Rules Occupy Second Circuit, U.S. Supreme Court

    Issues surrounding network rules made headlines recently, with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejecting a $7.25 billion deal between Visa and MasterCard and approximately 12 million merchants claiming the networks worked together to fix credit and debit interchange fees, as well as the U.S. ...

  • 07.07.16

    Will Industry Feel Impact of Supreme Court's Madden Rejection?

    In a disappointing move, the U.S. Supreme Court has denied the petition for certiorari by Midland Funding to hear the case Madden v. Midland Funding. But could the inaction by the Supreme Court be much ado about nothing?

  • 06.23.16

    CFPB Releases Proposed Regulation of Payday Loans

    In a long anticipated move, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed a rule to regulate so-called "debt traps" by requiring lenders to take additional steps to ensure consumers have the ability to repay certain types of small loans and placing limits on reborrowing or ...

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