June 28, 2017, Vol. 11, Issue XI
As the prepaid industry converged on the U.S. capital last week, familiar themes of regulatory uncertainty as well as opportunities to expand the business took center stage. Although regulatory uncertainty is all-too familiar, there also was a palpable sense of excitement about the potential to innovate.
- CFPB Seeks Comment on Proposed Changes to Prepaid Rule
- CFPB Clamps down on Credit Repair Companies, Leadership
- CFPB Snapshot: California Leads Nation in Complaints to Agency
- U.S. Treasury Report Backs Dodd-Frank Reforms
- Treasury’s Walt Henderson Wins Terrence P. Maher Award
- Trump Picks Clinger to Lead FDIC
- FDIC Appoints a New Ombudsman
In the Courthouse
- U.K. Regulator Calls for More Competition in Payments
- Instant Payments Set to Displace Cards in Europe, Report Says
Other Topics of Interest
- Keep up with what your colleagues and competitors are reading, including the top articles from the past week
Dates & Deadlines
- April 1, 2018: Prepaid Accounts Rule scheduled to go into effect
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