Bank, credit union advocates seek regulatory clarity in wake of AI order
Experts across the financial services space hold that the White House’s new mandates won’t bring wholly new rules to the industry, but will hopefully explain what the path forward for governing agencies will look like.
Barofsky, a former inspector general of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and frequent Wall Street critic, was removed as ombudsman by Credit Suisse in November 2022.
The Pennsylvania bank has agreed to sell its Exchange Underwriters subsidiary to World Insurance Associates for $30.5 million, saying that the deal will help pad its capital and liquidity.
The number of government-backed home loans transferred from one borrower to another is up significantly this year as prospective buyers look for ways to avoid elevated interest rates. Some say this is the beginning of a larger movement, but others