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Volume 25 - Number 18

September 1, 2014

Looking Ahead/Comments Due This Month

September 4: The Financial Stability Oversight Council, of which the CFPB is a member, is scheduled to convene for a closed session on Thursday, Sept. 4. The preliminary agenda includes a discussion of nonbank financial company designations, consideration of the council’s fiscal year 2015 budget, a discussion of the council’s work on asset management, and an update on the Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s recent review of resolution plans submitted by large, complex banking organizations. September 8: The U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives are due to return to Capitol Hill the week of Sept. 8. Lawmakers will be faced with a shrinking window of opportunity to consider numerous CFPB-related bills that have been passed by the ...

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