US banks are preparing for any disruptions they might face from the advent of a digital US dollar, but the development of one will likely take some time. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said he wants to address some concerns with Congress before developing central bank digital currency.
Five financial regulators are requesting comments on how artificial intelligence can be used to help identify bank fraud, but they also aim to assess risks associated with using the technology. Comments are being accepted until June 1.
A move by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to allow fintechs to obtain bank charters as industrial loan companies is being questioned by lawmakers from both sides of the aisle who feel allowing such charters could affect financial stability. "I've always said that if you want to be a bank, you need to be regulated like a bank," said Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-Mo.
As lenders in the US prepare to transition Libor-linked contracts to alternative benchmark rates, some small and medium-sized banks are embracing Ameribor over the Federal Reserve-backed Secured Overnight Financing Rate. Small banks say SOFR doesn't represent their cost of capital as well as Ameribor does.
US banks are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence-backed technology to analyze customer preferences and monitor facilities. The use of visual AI tools by banks could mark a major step in their broader adoption throughout the private sector.
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