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Article August 19, 2020
Federal Reserve Explores Digital Currencies; CFPB Issues Additional FAQs Re: Payday Lending Rule
Article August 19, 2020
Nacha issues a statement from Jane Larimer President & CEO of Nacha regarding recent comments that claim significant concerns over the delivery of payments from the Social Security Administration and the Veterans Benefits Administration via the U.S. Postal Service. However, more than 97% of recipients of Social Security and Veterans Benefits rely on direct Deposit
Article August 4, 2020
SBA Inspector General Reports ‘Widespread’ Fraud in Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program; CFPB to Issue ANPR on Consumer-Authorized Financial Data Access; FDIC Issues RFI Re: Potential Voluntary Certification Program Promoting Innovative Technologies.
Article July 23, 2020
On July 20, 2020 the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced the agency has issued a new Request for Information (RFI) as part of its FDiTech initiative.
Article July 15, 2020
CFPB Issues Final Rule on Small Dollar Loans, Easing Restrictions for Payday Lenders
Article June 30, 2020
Supreme Court Rules a Consumer Regulator’s Structure Unconstitutional.
Article June 16, 2020
Nacha Meets with Treasury Staff and Operators to Discuss Stimulus Payments; Nacha’s Government Relations Advisory Group (GRAG) Meets with Rep Lynch Staff
Article May 21, 2020
Federal Agencies Issue “Interagency Lending Principles for Offering Responsible Small-Dollar Loans”
Article April 14, 2020
CFPB Issues Guidance Regarding Remittance Transfers During Pandemic
Article March 3, 2020
Nacha Files Comment Letter Supporting ACH Payments
Article February 19, 2020
Congress Recognizes Nacha; Varo Moves Closer to Bank Charter
Article February 4, 2020
Nacha recently submitted a Statement for the Record to the House Financial Services Fintech Task Force for the Congressional Hearing: “Is Cash Still King? Reviewing the Rise of Mobile Payments” and filed comments supporting the Federal Government’s use of ACH and Nacha Rules. Also, regulators hope to soon help banks offer small-dollar loans.
Article January 8, 2020
On Dec. 19, 2019, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency appealed a decision by a federal judge that said the agency cannot issue bank charters to institutions that don’t take deposits.
Article December 17, 2019
On Dec. 10, 2019, Nacha’s Government Relations Advisory Group held its annual in-person meeting on Capitol Hill.
Article November 5, 2019
Nacha Files Comment Letter Re: FedNow Service; Sullivan & Dunn Address Faster Payroll Misconceptions