Bankers are facing increasing regulatory challenges to collaborating with online marketplace lenders.
The fast-growing marketplace will likely come under increasing regulatory scrutiny and oversight in the years to come.
While implementation of new credit loss standards is years away, banks need to begin now to develop the data and systems capabilities to handle this change.
Proposed new rules regulating banker pay may have unintended consequences in terms of protecting the public against risk.
The regulatory complexity of making ‘non-qualified’ mortgages has scared away many lenders but a case can be made of the benefits to banks in taking the plunge.
Financial institutions that cannot properly monitor or research customer transactions should consider closing the account to avoid regulatory issues.
As compliance pressures mount, banks are relying on their frontline employees to be more knowledgeable and disciplined about handling potential regulatory issues.