Comment Letters

Press release

CBA Submits Additional Comment Letter on Definition of a Depository Institution

CBA has previously provided comments on this matter and CBA strongly reiterates its position that subsidiaries, affiliates and entities otherwise related to depository institutions, which are engaged in the business of commercial lending under federal regulatory oversight should be exempted from application of the proposed regulations in the same manner that depository institutions are exempted. 

Specifically, CBA requests that a definition of “depository institution” should be added to the proposed regulations as follows:

Press release

CBA Submits Comment Letter on Definition of a Depository Institution

CBA has previously provided comments on this matter on January 22, 2019, and again on September 9, 2019. CBA strongly reiterates its position that subsidiaries, affiliates and entities otherwise related to depository institutions, which are engaged in the business of commercial lending under federal regulatory oversight should be exempted from application of the proposed regulations in the same manner that depository institutions are exempted. 

 

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CBA Submits Comment Letter on Brokered Deposits

Our letter provides comments on the proposed revisions to the Brokered Deposits Restrictions regulation promulgated by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

While we are generally supportive of the efforts to modernize these regulations, we do believe that some aspects of the proposal should be clarified to avoid ambiguity and unintended consequences.  

Click here to view our letter.

 

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CBA Submits CRA Modernization Comment Letter

CBA submitted comments this week to The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on a proposed rule to modernize the Community Reinvestment Act. The proposed rule focuses on improvement in the areas of qualifying activities, assessment areas, performance standards, and data collection.

We also have worked with the American Bankers Association (ABA) on a joint comment letter regarding the proposed regulations.