Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks should take steps to better understand and mitigate climate-related risks in their portfolios without disrupting the housing finance system, ICBA told the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Nearly 212 million doses of vaccine have been administered in the US for an average of 3 million shots a day, despite a pause in delivering Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine, according to data published Monday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Independent Community Bankers of America issued a statement on the bipartisan House passage of the H.R. 1996, which would establish a safe harbor from federal sanctions for financial institutions that serve cannabis-related businesses in states where cannabis is legal.
The seven-day average of US daily new coronavirus infections is 71,282, according to Johns Hopkins University data, up 8% from one week ago, and overall cases are rising in 33 states and Washington, D.C.
After 12 fully immersive weeks and hundreds of meetings with industry stakeholders, the ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator 2021 cohort revealed a glimpse into the future of high-tech, high-touch solutions tailored for community banks and their customers.
Federal Reserve Bank Chief Innovation Officer Dan Anthony will outline the agency’s technology strategy and next steps in preparation for the rollout of its FedNow Service during a 90-minute webinar next month.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a settlement with Settlelt over allegations that it engaged in unfair acts and practices. The complaint alleges that the company failed to disclose its relationship to certain creditors.
More than two dozen states reacted quickly to Tuesday’s announcement by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, pausing injections while officials review the reports of blood clots.
Over the last month, the contours of growth for 2021 came into sharper focus. Nonfarm employment rose by 916,000 in March, while consumer confidence hit its highest mark since the start of the pandemic.