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Warren probes Zelle scam policy

Payments Dive

Three senators, including Elizabeth Warren, asked Zelle owner Early Warning Services to provide detailed information about its fraud reimbursement policy.

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Food for Thought: A Policy on Credit Exceptions

Abrigo

When and how to cite credit exceptions A policy on credit exceptions can address many factors that can lead financial institutions to diverge from loan policy and miss signs of potential trouble. Takeaway 3 A credit exception policy should spell out what one is, when it can be used, and how to clear it.

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Create and Maintain an Effective Loan Policy

Abrigo

Confident Risk Management Begins with Sound Loan Policy A risk-based approach to loan policy can effectively improve your institution's profitability. You might also like this webinar on loan policy best practices. Loan policies make up the foundation for managing that credit risk. . When and how to update your policy.

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Fiserv adopts new executive severance policy

Payments Dive

The payments company’s board adopted the executive severance policy this week even though it opposed a similar shareholder proposal in May.

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Markup matters: monetary policy works through aspirations

BankUnderground

In our recently published Staff Working Paper , we ask how monetary policy should be conducted amid, what has been referred to as, a ‘battle of the markups’. We find that countercyclicality in aspired price markups (‘sellers’ inflation’) calls for more dovish monetary policy.

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Unifying monetary and macroprudential policy

BankUnderground

Julia Giese, Michael McLeay, David Aikman and Sujit Kapadia Central banks have been using a range of monetary policy and macroprudential tools to maintain monetary and financial stability. Financial crises and macroprudential policy The global financial crisis of 2007–08 highlighted major deficiencies in macrofinancial policy frameworks.

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Is UK monetary policy driving private housing rents?

BankUnderground

Daniel Albuquerque and Jamie Lenney Rent prices have risen by 9% on average in England since the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) started raising interest rates in December 2021. Is monetary policy causing the rise in rents? So is there any evidence that monetary policy is pushing up rental prices in the UK?

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