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Acronym Soup: A Discussion of Regulatory Reform

October 2, 2018

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Robert Klingler

Acronym Soup: A Discussion of Regulatory Reform

October 2, 2018

by: Robert Klingler

On September 28th, Jonathan and I recorded a brief podcast on the impact of regulatory reform on community banks in 2018.  Before turning to substance, I first congratulated Jonathan on his ability to combine two of our shared passions: college football and mergers & acquisitions.  Jonathan’s post on a Football Fan’s

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Two Key EGRRCPA Provisions Now Effective

September 10, 2018

Authors

Robert Klingler

Two Key EGRRCPA Provisions Now Effective

September 10, 2018

by: Robert Klingler

As of the end of August 2018, two key provisions of The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (aka the Crapo bill, S.2155, or increasingly, EGRRCPA) have become effective: the increase in the small bank holding company policy statement threshold and the increase in the expanded examination cycle threshold.  Before looking at those provisions, I have to acknowledge the fabulous Wall Street Journal story by Ryan Tracy, “Can You Say EGRRCPA? Tongue-Twister Banking Law Confuses Washington.”  Personally, I’m now leaning towards “egg-rah-sip-uh.”

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