October 14, 2004
Federal Bank, Thrift, and Credit Union Regulatory Agencies Provide Consumer Information on Avoiding Overdraft and Bounced-Check Fees
Julie L. Williams Becomes Acting Comptroller of the Currency
October 8, 2004
Letter Issued on the SEC’s Proposed
Broker Rules for Banks
October 6, 2004
News Release 2004-92,
Community Developments Newsletter Focuses on
Using Technology to Reach the Unbanked
October 5, 2004
OCC 2004-46, Part 32, Lending Limits WORD ASCII
This bulletin calls attention to a final rule, published in the
Federal Register on August 19, 2004, that amends 12 CFR part 32
by extending the lending limits pilot program until June 11, 2007.
The final rule also expands the program to include certain agricultural loans.
October 4, 2004
News Release 2004-91, Comptroller Hawke Addresses ABA Convention
October 1, 2004
AL 2004-11, Electronic Consumer Disclosures and Notices
This advisory letter highlights issues that should be considered by national banks that provide electronic consumer disclosures. The failure to provide such electronic disclosures in a proper manner can expose the bank to significant compliance, transaction, and reputation risk.
The OCC’s toll-free consumer complaint and
assistance lines are now open on Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Central
Time, in addition to regular hours Monday through Thursday. . .
You are entering an official United States government
system, which may be used only for authorized purposes. Unauthorized modification of any
information stored on this system may result in criminal prosecution.