Bankers Still Losing Sleep Over the Three Rs

Sausner, Rebecca
November 2010
Bank Technology News;Nov2010, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the various concerns of several bankers which are related to government regulation, revenue, and recession. It says that the bankers are worried on the uncertainty of the Dodd-Frank rules as well as its potential cost. It tells that fee income replacement, which will be boosted by the courts, is expected due to the deterioration of debit transaction fees relative to Durbin amendment. It adds that bankers focus on how to support their customers amidst the recession period.


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