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Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR), the designated replacement for the LIBOR rate, faced its first test recently.
In a recent survey, 96% of community bank CEOs named cybersecurity risk as a top concern.
Many community financial institutions haven't seen the growth in small businesses that they'd like.
The FDIC and OCC have proposed changes to CRA regulations.
Financial institutions looking to manage interest rate risk may want to consider an interest rate collar.
Banks will soon need to adjust their loans to a new benchmark known as the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR).
We provide the latest update on the LIBOR to SOFR transition.
McKinsey reports that more people and entities will regularly use international payments in the next 5Ys.
Several large banks have estimated that the SOFR index could range between 10bps lower (based on historical averages) to 20bs lower (based on current Libor-Fed Funds basis) than LIBOR.
With more SMBs buying and selling overseas as well as traveling internationally, there is a growing demand for foreign bank notes and other international services.