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Bank of America ranks highest in banking mobile app satisfaction, reports JD Power
Federal Reserve data noted the lack of demand for small business loans even while noting that consumer demand is on the increase
Public’s input sought on potential modernization of advertising and signage rules to better reflect how banks operate
The E-Sign Act was signed into law over two decades ago
The OCC introduced rules last year to ‘clarify’ which entities were responsible for loans
Payment disputes related to friendly fraud are expected to soar due to the pandemic-fueled surge in e-commerce
Fraud attempts rose last year, but some banks are still not taking all the precautions they could
These bills have the potential to drastically impact the privacy obligations of businesses, including financial institutions
Global loan loss provisions and foregone revenue due to economic impact of pandemic will climb for the next few years
The association objects to further capital raising flexibilities for large credit unions that already receive tax exemptions
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Webinar: Real-Time Payments in the U.S. Market

Time/Date: June 16, 2021 2:00 p.m. ET

The U.S. has come a long way in its journey to real-time payments, with TCH and Zelle in market and FedNow just around the corner. COVID-19 has accelerated that demand to move to real-time. Yet many financial institutions remain unconvinced of the need to move, with less than 3% of financial institutions signed up today.

In this Banking Exchange hosted webinar Celent’s Gareth Lodge, Senior Analyst, Global Payments, and Alacriti’s Mark Ranta, Payments Practice Lead, discuss the findings in the Celent research report, Real-Time Payments in the US Market: Speeding Up or Slowing Down? A Call to Arms.

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