Tag: Bank Regulation

Capital and Risk, Operational, Regulations

Banking-as-a-service grows as regulators play catch-up

October 25, 2022

Via: Banking Dive

Banks’ relationships with fintechs, particularly banking-as-a-service (BaaS) arrangements, have garnered increased attention among regulators and lawmakers in recent months. BaaS, a business model that allows fintechs and corporations without a charter to offer their customers financial services by using the […]


Bank regulation rewrite clears Senate but stumble could come in the House

March 15, 2018


The fate of bank regulation rests with the House after the Senate approved a bill that would relieve smaller banks of some of the restrictions put in place after the financial crisis ten years ago. The bill has the support […]


Regulation, Not Fintech, Will Have the Biggest Impact on Banks

March 23, 2017

Via: Bank Innovation

Regulation is still shaping banks’ strategic thinking, says a new study by The Economist Intelligence Unit. The unit surveyed 200 global banking executives to investigate the challenges retail banks face in the years to 2020. In North America regulation was […]

Capital and Risk, Credit

Bank Boards Should Focus on Commercial Real Estate Concentrations

October 10, 2016

Via: Bank Director

Bank boards should make sure they are reviewing their policies and practices related to commercial real estate (CRE) lending. Regulators have made clear that CRE concentration risk management will be a focus at exam time. While many banks are approaching […]