Summer may be winding down, but with the return of Congress, the regulatory season will soon be in full swing. With agency heads to be appointed and confirms, lawsuits making their way through the courts, and talk of reopening regulations like those created for the Durbin Amendment, things will get busy in Washington and beyond.
In this episode, the IPA’s CEO Brian Tate breaks down some of the currents that will drive all of this activity. We talk about the possible new agency heads for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the PayPal v. CFPB lawsuit, and possible changes to transaction routing for online merchants.
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