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Dodd Frank rollback law provides regulatory relief for community banks – Part 3: Miscellaneous regulatory relief provisions

Greg Omer July 3, 2018
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Part 3 is the final post of Bank Check's Dodd Frank rollback series. This post covers remaining provisions that could impact community banks, including exam cycles, customer identification requirements, new federal savings association powers and "brokered deposit" exemptions. READ MORE

Dodd Frank rollback law provides regulatory relief for community banks – Part 2: Residential mortgage lending

Greg Omer Garrett Fischer June 11, 2018
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Part 2 of Bank Check's analysis of the recent Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act explores the provisions that could impact community banks with regard to residential mortgage lending activity, such as the safe harbor provision, real estate appraisals, HMDA disclosures, escrow requirements and SAFE licensing. READ MORE

Dodd Frank rollback law provides regulatory relief for community banks – Part 1: Capital requirements, financial reporting, Volcker rule

Greg Omer May 30, 2018
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In May 2018, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act was signed into law. The law is being called a rollback of the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, and it will ease the regulatory burdens on community banks. Learn more in this, the first in a series of articles analyzing the impact of the Dodd Frank rollback. READ MORE