Regulatory Affairs

Your Source for the Latest Regulatory Updates

With a finger on the pulse of the financial services industry, RMA acts as a liaison between institutions and bank regulatory agencies to bring you the latest updates, meeting often with industry regulators to discuss issues of mutual concern. Of particular interest is the Regulatory Bulletin, detailing the latest information on regulatory compliance requirements coming from “inside the beltway.”

Consider it your D.C. insider. It includes the full text of the Dodd-Frank Act, a recent letter from RMA to the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding the Proposed Rules for Implementing the Whistleblower Provisions of the Dodd–Frank Act, and much, much more.

Note: As a not-for-profit, professional association, RMA does not lobby on behalf of the industry.

Comments or questions relating to regulatory compliance within RMA may be addressed to Ed DeMarco, director of RMA's Regulatory Relations.

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Regulatory Affairs Bulletin

The Regulatory Bulletin, RMA's "member only" resource, which is divided into five parts to assist risk managers in keeping up to date with the increasingly complex regulatory environment facing member institutions in the United States.

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Rules and Rulings

RMA's Rules and Rulings is your source for the latest regulatory updates. It contains the minutes of the Regulatory Relations Council's and Community Bank Council's meetings with the regulators and news of recent legislative and regulatory developments, and commentary and analysis.

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The Dodd-Frank Resource Center

Contains the full text of the Dodd-Frank Act, an Executive Summary of the Dodd-Frank Act, a list of NPRs implementing the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act, as well as white papers, analysis, comment letters, and other information.

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