Bankers' Hotline, Volume 16, Number 3
Under the FDIC's new rules, up to $250,000 in deposit insurance will be provided for the money a consumer has in a variety of retirement accounts.
FDIC has issued revised compliance examination procedures.
Advances in technology and financial offerings catering to "fringe banking users" contribute to the growth in electronic payment methods.
In The News
- Survey Claims Consumers Won't Pay for Online Fraud
- Internet Banking: Regional Banks Win One; User Problems Remain
- Tap N Go
- The Net Grows
- BSA Top Concern in 2006
- The Bird Flu Blues
- The New Face of Competition
Special Report: Multi-Factor Authentication
Releasing guidance on how to handle the risk of Internet fraud, the FFIEC directs financial institutions to develop two-factor authentication methods.
JPMorgan Chase partnered with Volunteer Income Tax Assistance to offer taxpayers convenience in managing their tax returns.
NCR Corporation is working with the U.S. Army to create a less stressful way for soldiers to manage their finances.
From the editor's desk
"The Only Person Who Doesn't Make Mistakes…"
With new regulations come questions - lots of them. We try to get all the answers correct, but we do mistakes every now and then.
It's not just the big guys who are taking advantage of new developments in banking technology that have resulted from Check 21 developments.
Questions & Answers
- Executive Editor:
- Barbara Hurst
- P. Kevin Smith, CPP
- Contributing Editor:
- Genilee S. Parente
- Board of Advisors:
- John S. Burnett
Peter G. Djinis, Esq.
Lucy H. Griffin
Mary Beth Guard, Esq.
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.