Financial Institution

Real estate bubble or boom in demand?

In just two years, the rate of employees working remotely in the richest countries of the world has fallen from 15% to 25% -30%. This, in addition to the rapid increase in demand for housing, has increased interest in housing models with features better suited to working from home, with …

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US Senator Mike Crapo of Idaho

A proposal is under consideration by the administration and congressional allies, as part of their reckless tax and spending plan, to create a reporting system in which financial intermediaries report to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of the “entries and exits” of customers. Under this sweep, local banks, credit unions …

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Federal Agencies Release Joint Statement on Managing LIBOR Transition | Goodwin

REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS FEDERAL AGENCIES ISSUE JOINT STATEMENT ON LIBOR TRANSITION MANAGEMENT On October 20, regulators of federal financial institutions, in conjunction with regulators of state banks and credit unions, issued a statement stressing the importance of an orderly transition away from LIBOR. Additionally, the statement includes clarifications regarding the new …

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The DIA will be the temporary administration of financial institutions after the revocation of their licenses

Previously, the Bank of Russia performed these functions after the revocation of a bank’s license (with the possibility of engaging DIA specialists), while the DIA carried out the liquidation of a financial institution after the court issued the corresponding decision. The DIA will exercise the powers of the provisional administration …

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