The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued a Request for Comment (RFC) requesting industry feedback on the Safe Harbor exception of the Remittance Rule (also known as Dodd-Frank 1073 or Regulation E Subpart B) that is set to expire on July 21, 2020. The RFC proposes adjusting the Safe Harbor threshold from 100 transfers to 500 transfers and creating a permanent exception for estimating the exchange rate for a remittance transfer when a financial institution has sent 1,000 or fewer transfers to a country AND the recipients receive the funds in the designated country's currency. The RFC also seeks comment regarding how the list of designated countries should be maintained by the Bureau. We strongly encourage you to participate in this Special Industry Update webinar to learn more about the proposed changes and to express your opinion. Your participation in this session will help inform EPCOR's response to the Request for Comment.
Starting Time10 AM CT / 11 AM ET
CostFREE for EPCOR Members
CEU InformationNo credits available.
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