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Community Banks and Credit Unions: Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act Depends Largely on Future Rule Makings
Lawrance L. Evans, Jr. (au)
The Dodd-Frank Act includes numerous reforms to strengthen oversight of financial services firms and consolidate certain consumer protection responsibilities within the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). To help minimize its regulatory burden on small institutions, including community banks and credit unions, the act exempts such institutions from several of its provisions. However, the act also contains provisions that impose additional requirements on small institutions. Although no commonly accepted definition of a community bank exists, the term often is associated with smaller banks. Historically, community banks and credit unions have played an important role in providing credit to small businesses and other local customers. This report examines (1) the significant changes community banks and credit unions have undergone in the past decade and the factors that have contributed to such changes; and (2) Dodd-Frank Act provisions that regulators, industry associations, and others expect to impact community banks and credit unions, including their small business lending. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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