• Lauri Giesen
    Lauri Giesen Mar 15, 2018

    Fiduciary limbo: The struggle to get in step with the government’s new wealth management rule

    It’s common sense to honor a client’s best interests. But how to do that remains foggy as the White House reviews—and could rewrite—a new retirement planning rule.

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  • How Do Banks Survive? Because of Regulations

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    Chris Skinner Mar 1, 2013

    In a survival-of-the-fittest financial world, banks owe their survival to regulatory barriers that keep out more efficient competitors.

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  • Credit Card Fees: The Banker Response

    William Weidman Aug 17, 2012

    Retail banks as well as major issuers need to be ready with both a product and marketing response if retailers increase customer fees for credit card usage.

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  • Humility in the Courtroom for Bankers

    Robert L. Hamer May 4, 2012

    Facing populist anger in the courtroom, banks and their attorneys need to show humility and bring the fairness argument into play on their side.

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  • Deterring Wire Transfer Fraud

    Deborah Ladron De Guevara Apr 18, 2012

    Grappling with potential wire transfer fraud requires financial institutions to strengthen due diligence procedures.

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  • Technological Response to Regulatory Challenges

    S. Ramakrishnan Apr 17, 2012

    The recent wave of regulation puts the burden on banks to improve their technological platform for responding to these challenges.

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