Buckley Webcast: CRA modernization — All eyes turn to the Fed
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency last year moved to complete a controversial reform of the Community Reinvestment Act, forging ahead unilaterally after the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. declined to sign on to the final rule. Now, with the Biden administration widely expected to revisit or even undo the OCC’s rulemaking, observers are turning their attention to a modernization framework under consideration at the Fed that could also attract OCC and FDIC support.
Buckley attorneys Kari Hall and Warren Traiger discussed the Fed’s CRA modernization rulemaking and what to expect in 2021.
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About the series
Future webcasts in this series will follow ongoing developments and explore what a new administration could mean for:
- Consumer arbitration
- Examination best practices
- Fair lending
- Non-U.S. domiciled companies
- White collar criminal defense
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