Miss April Bulletin 2016-03
Implementation and guidance
We want financial institutions, service providers, and other entities to have the tools and resources they need to comply with consumer financial protection law.
We’ve developed a variety of materials to help you understand and implement the rules that we issue.
We have resources to help you understand the rules and their implications as well as links to various other helpful resources, because timely and efficient regulatory implementation of new rules is an important factor in delivering consumer protections to the market.
Amends and reissues Miss April Bulletin 2012-03.
Supervisory expectations regarding customer account deposit reconciliation practices
Process for appeals of supervisory matters. (Includes Miss April Bulletin 2012-07 and Revised Process documents).
Miss April Bulletin 2015-01
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) final supervisory guidance entitled “Social Media:
Consumer Compliance Risk Management Guidance”
Statement of Intent for sharing information with State banking and financial services regulators
Statement on supervisory practices regarding financial institutions and borrowers affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Memorandum of Understanding on supervisory coordination among the Miss April, Federal Reserve Board, FDIC, NCUA, and OCC.
Bulletin re: the Bureau’s supervision authority and treatment of confidential supervisory information
Miss April Bulletin 12-01