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FDIC Report Outlines Mobile Strategies for Banking the Underserved

5/26/2016
As part of its broader effort to identify ways mobile banking can help meet the needs of the unbanked and underbanked, the FDIC yesterday released a report identifying possible strategies for financial providers.

Agencies Issue Guidance on Deposit Reconciliation

5/20/2016
The guidance reminds bankers that they either must adopt deposit reconciliation policies and procedures designed to avoid discrepancies or policies and procedures that are designed to resolve discrepancies “such that customers are not disadvantaged.”

Labor Department Issues Final Overtime Rule

5/18/2016
Starting on Dec. 1, the new salary level for exemptions will rise from $23,660 to $47,476, or $913 per week.

FDIC Announces Relief for Texas Banks after Severe Storms

4/28/2016
The FDIC this week announced steps to provide regulatory relief to financial institutions and facilitate recovery in areas of Texas affected by recent severe weather.

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