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HMDA Reporting Thresholds Increased by CFPB

The Home Mortgage Disclosures Act (HMDA) as implemented by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Regulation C, 12 CFR Part 1003 (Regulation

ProLock Ransomware Attacks Overview and Mitigation Strategies

Diebold Nixdorf, a company that is a major supplier of Automatic Teller Machines (ATM’s) and software to financial institutions was infected by the

CARES Act Includes Relief from CECL

Learn more about the CARES Act provisions allowing all financial institutions to postpone compliance with the Financial Accounting Standards Board's (FASB) standard on Current Expected Credit Losses, or CECL.

The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Potential Effect on CECL

Learn more about the coronavirus pandemic's potential effect on Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL).
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Coronavirus Small Business Financial Relief Options - Ohio

Learn more about the many resources available for impacted small businesses in Ohio due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Continuous Monitoring and Auditing – A Growing Automation Trend in Internal Audit

Continuous monitoring and auditing are automated feedback tools used to monitor processes, transactions, IT systems and controls on a frequent or continuous

FinTech and the Risk of Convenience

Financial Technology (FinTech) companies strive to work with financial institutions and consumers to provide the ability to conveniently access financial
An exciting advancement in the cryptocurrency industry will allow consumers to leverage their crypto holdings as collateral for formal currency loans.
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Capital One Data Breach Exposes 100 Million Records to Seattle Hacker

Barely a week after the Equifax data breach was settled for nearly $650 million dollars, there appears to be news of an almost equally large mega-breach

Delay in New FASB Standard Will Impact Financial Services

As we reported earlier, on July 17 the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted unanimously to move forward with delaying the effective start
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