Post Tagged with: "Regulatory Compliance"

Ripple Said to Have Started Talking To DC Lawmakers

Ripple Said to Have Started Talking To DC Lawmakers

by June 23, 2014 at 5:44 pm 2 comments

Ripple Labs, the currency startup, is reportedly lobbying Washington, D.C., lawmakers and regulators on legislation that would ease currency rules, sources tell Bank Innovation.

How Identity Verification in Online Account Opening and Lending Works

How Identity Verification in Online Account Opening and Lending Works

by June 7, 2013 at 9:56 am 4 comments

Originally posted by Melanie Friedrichs on blog.andera.com. Follow us on twitter @AnderaInc. In person, identity verification is easy. Ask for a photo ID, check to make sure the hair is the same color and the age looks right, shine it under a purple light if you want to be extraRead More

Feds Inch Closer to Clearer Understanding of Financial Risk

Feds Inch Closer to Clearer Understanding of Financial Risk

by January 14, 2013 at 9:27 am 0 comments

Federal regulators have begun exploring a new method of financial modeling, called agent-based modeling, which inches them closer to an optimal understanding of the true risk within the banking sector. The only thing is that agent-based modeling still doesn’t address the core problem within a financial crisis: disorderly liquidation ofRead More

Is Obama Good for Banking?

Is Obama Good for Banking?

by November 7, 2012 at 10:59 am 3 comments

We’re apolitical over here at Bank Innovation. No matter whom you voted for yesterday, we’re happy you are a part of Bank Innovation. But politics aside, every banker should be asking the question this morning, is another term of President Barack Obama good for banking? The answer is probably, especiallyRead More