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2018

04/18/2018 Bank Regulators Propose Revised Capital Requirements for Credit Loss Standard

04/13/2018 American Bankers Association Urges House to Pass Senate's Version of Dodd-Frank Rollback

03/01/2018 Bank Regulators: Community Banks Can Avoid Complex Models for Complying with Credit Loss Standard

02/15/2018 Banks, Insurers Get Relief from Accounting Effects of Tax Law Change

02/08/2018 Banks, Insurers to Get Relief from Accounting Effects of New Tax Law

02/06/2018 Bank Regulators Plan to Offer Small Banks Implementation Assistance for Credit Loss Standard

02/05/2018 Comment Letters from Banks, Insurers Back Proposed Amendments to Limit Effect of New Tax Law

01/31/2018 Dallas Bank Charged with Fraud for Initial Coin Offering

01/19/2018 Proposal Offers Answers to Bankers' Questions About Accounting Implications of Tax Reform

01/11/2018 Proposed Changes to Income Tax Guidance to Address Questions Raised by Tax Reform

01/08/2018 Tax Laws May Lead to Changes in U.S. GAAP

01/05/2018 Senate Banking Committee to Explore Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy Act Enforcement

2017

12/20/2017 Bankers Ask for Income Tax Tweak Ahead of Potential Law Change

12/15/2017 More Clarity Coming for Troubled Loan Guidance in Credit Loss Standard

09/20/2017 Focus of Credit Loss Standard's Implementation Turns to Documentation

09/19/2017 Fed's Top Accountant Urges Bankers to Move Quickly Implementing Credit Loss Standard

09/18/2017 For Banks Big and Small, Credit Losses Standard Requires Heavy Lifting

09/15/2017 Credit Loss Standard's Effect on Bank Reserves to be Less Extreme Than Originally Feared

09/12/2017 Existing Loan Loss Guidance to Remain Useful for Implementing FASB's Credit Loss Standard

09/11/2017 Guidance for Credit Card Receivables in Loan Loss Standard to Get Another Look

09/08/2017 Bank Regulators Update Interpretive Guidance for Credit Loss Standard

09/07/2017 Memo for Credit Loss Standard to Explain Accounting for Troubled Debt Restructurings

08/25/2017 Loan Loss Standard's Troubled Debt Restructuring Guidance to Get Another Look

07/11/2017 House Panel to Review Fiduciary Rule, Community Bank Regulations

06/14/2017 Report Outlines Rollback of Bank Rules, Questions Need for FASB's Credit Loss Standard

06/13/2017 Bank Regulators Raise Concerns About Bank Reserves Under Credit Loss Standard

06/01/2017 House to Vote on Dodd-Frank Repeal

04/24/2017 Credit Loss Standard Advisory Panel Plans to Review Questions About Implementation Process

04/07/2017 Central Bankers Issue Interpretive Guidance for Lease Accounting Standards

2016

12/20/2016 Interpretive Guidance from Bank Regulators Describes Scope of Credit Loss Standard

09/26/2016 Bank Regulators Urge Quick Implementation of Credit Loss Standard

09/22/2016 Bricker Says Strong Internal Controls Will Aid Adoption of FASB's Credit Loss Standard

09/15/2016 Will Banks Have to Boost Capital Because of New Lease Standard?

07/25/2016 Focus Turns to Credit Loss Standard's Implementation

06/20/2016 Bank Regulators Issue Guidance for Credit Loss Standard

06/13/2016 Final Standard on Credit Losses Set for June 16 Release

04/04/2016 June Release Date Expected for Planned Credit Loss Standard

03/21/2016 Community Banks Join Credit Unions' Effort to Amend Planned Loan-Loss Standard

03/14/2016 Publication Date for Planned Credit Loss Standard Slips to Mid-Year; Credit Unions Press for a New Exposure Draft

02/26/2016 With Lease Accounting Standard Published, Reported Assets and Liabilities are Set to Grow

02/16/2016 Credit Unions Ask for Second Draft of Planned Loan-Loss Standard

02/02/2016 Lawmakers Call Planned Asset Write-Down Standard a Threat to Economic Growth

01/11/2016 Update Planned for Banking Companies' Industry Guide

 

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